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COLLECTIONS OF 

THE NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

FOR THE YEAR 1941 



THE JOHN WATTS DePEYSTER 
PUBLICATION FUND SERIES 



LXXIV 



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COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS 



ALEXANDER J. WALL 
ARTHUR SUTHERLAND 
EUGENE A. HOFFMAN 



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NATIONAL ACADEMY 

OF DESIGN 
EXHIBITION RECORD 

1826-1860 

In Two Volumes 
VOLUME I 

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NEW YORK 
PRINTED FOR THE NEW- YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

1943 



PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
BY J. J. LITTLE & IVES COMPANY, NEW YORK 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 



PRESIDENT 

GEORGE A. ZABRISKIE 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

FENWICK BEEKMAN, M.D. 
JAMES LENOX BANKS 

FOREIGN CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

j>^ ARCHER MILTON HUNTINGTON 

S DOMESTIC CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

^ LUCIUS WILMERDING 

V) RECORDING SECRETARY 

^ DE WITT M. LOCKMAN 

TREASURER 

WILLIAM T. VAN ALSTYNE 

DIRECTOR 

ALEXANDER J. WALL 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



FIRST CLASS — FOR ONE YEAR, ENDING I944 

ARTHUR H. MERRITT JOHN V. IRWIN 

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LE ROY E. KIMBALL LOUIS C. WILLS 

ARTHUR SUTHERLAND 



PREFACE 

The publication of this Exhibition Record of the National Academy of 
Design, 1 826-1 860, achieves what this Society has long contemplated. In 
its library there is one of the few complete sets of the National Academy's 
exhibition catalogues. They have proved invaluable to researchers inter- 
ested in American art and artists. Hunting through catalogue after cata- 
logue, however, page by page, is a time-consuming task. This Exhibition 
Record provides a complete and convenient reference work for the first 
thirty-five annual exhibitions of the National Academy of Design by 
grouping all the works shown by each artist, year by year, under his 
name. The index, moreover, is a useful guide to the subjects and owners 
of the pictures shown. 

This Exhibition Record is the work of Miss Bartlett Cowdrey, formerly 
Registrar of the Brooklyn Museum. Students will appreciate the accuracy 
and thoroughness of her compilation, and the intelligence, industry, and 
enthusiasm with which she accomplished it. Miss Cowdrey also prepared 
the index, with its hundreds of entries of titles of pictures, names of places, 
artists, owners, and subjects of portraits. The index was arranged for 
press by Mrs. Mary Reed Bobbitt. 

These two volumes are the seventy-fourth and seventy-fifth in the 
John Watts DePeyster Publication Fund Series, and constitute the Collec- 
tions of The New- York Historical Society for the years 1941 and 1942. 

Alexander J. Wall 
Director 



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INTRODUCTION 

Students in the field of American art have been constantly turning to 
the annual exhibition catalogues of the National Academy of Design for 
specific information on the works of nineteenth century American artists. 
The demand on the material, increasing as it has year by year, made 
apparent the need for such a compilation of the early records as the present 
work. In their day the catalogues were ephemeral, and libraries made no 
attempt at the systematic preservation of such material. The only library 
which possesses a complete file of the original catalogues is that of The 
New- York Historical Society. Another complete set can be found in the 
archives of the National Academy itself. The New York Public Library 
has secured photostat copies of a few missing numbers to complete its 
file and the Frick Art Reference Library is gradually building up its file 
with photostatic copies. 

Within the last few years many of the more important artists of the 
first half of the nineteenth century have been withdrawn from obscurity 
and honored by exhibitions, catalogues, check lists, and monographs. To 
investigate thoroughly the work of any American artist working after 1825, 
the research student must consult the National Academy records if for 
no other reason than to satisfy himself that the artist in question did not 
exhibit. The fact that the total number of exhibitors during the first thirty- 
five years of the Academy's existence was about 1,300 is proof enough that 
the organization was of major importance. The annual exhibitions aver- 
aged nearly 350 works of art a year, thus totaling over 12,000 works of 
art recorded during the period under consideration. 

This Exhibition Record, with the help of its index, makes a useful 
reference work for studies of American art within its period, as for in- 
stance, the taste and trend of mid-nineteenth century subject matter, or 
the private picture collections in those years. Judging by the index entries, 
the Reverend Elias L. Magoon appears to have been the major private 
collector (whose collection was subsequently bought by Matthew Vassar 
and presented to Vassar College). A. M. Cozzens and Charles M. Leupp 
rank next to Magoon, and other names which stand out as important 
buyers were Edward L. Carey of Philadelphia, Hon. John A. Dix, John M. 
Falconer the artist, Samuel P. Avery, Richard Goodman, Ogden Haggerty, 
Philip Hone, and Marshall O. Roberts. Of the institutions owning a 
large number of paintings, the National Academy of Design stands at 
the head of the list, followed by the American Art Union, and the Cor- 
poration of the City of New York. 



The National Academy of Design 

The National Academy's origins lay in the period between 1815 and 
1825 when the American Academy of Fine Arts was the all-important art 
organization in the country. The American Academy held many ex- 
hibitions which included the work of American artists as well as the work 
of European artists both old and modern, but it failed to offer any en- 
couragement to the rising generation of young American artists and art 
students. The American Academy, presided over by Colonel John Trum- 
bull and controlled by wealthy collectors, was not willing to provide 
instruction to art students nor to allow students access to its collection of 
casts. This failure of the old American Academy to assist the student led 
direcdy to the formation of the New York Drawing Association in 1825, 
and to the foundation of the National Academy of Design in the following 
year. 

On November 8, 1825, a meeting of artists was held in the rooms of 
The New- York Historical Society with Asher B. Durand as chairman and 
Samuel F. B. Morse as secretary. The New York Drawing Association 
was founded at this meeting, and from its membership the National 
Academy of Design emerged on January 19, 1826. Fifteen members of 
the Drawing Association were selected and directed to select fifteen more. 
This group, known in the annals of the Academy as the first fifteen, and 
the second fifteen, were the actual founders. 



The First Fifteen 



Thomas S. Cummings 
Mosley I. Danforth 
William Dunlap 
Asher B. Durand 
John Frazee 
Charles C. Ingham 
Henry Inman 
Gerlando Marsiglia 



Peter Maverick 
Samuel F. B. Morse 
Edward C. Potter 
Hugh Reinagle 
Ithiel Town 
William Guy Wall 
Charles C. Wright 



The Second Fifteen 



Frederick S. Agate 
Alexander Anderson 
Thomas Cole 
James Coyle 
John Evers 
William Jewett 
William Main 
John Paradise 



J. Parisen 
Rembrandt Peak 
Nathaniel Rogers 
Martin E. Thompson 
John Vanderlyn 
Samuel Waldo 
D. W. Wilson 



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Of the thirty founders, all but three were active exhibitors in 1826. 
John Vanderlyn refused membership and exhibited only occasionally. Dr. 
Alexander Anderson, the wood engraver, never exhibited but his name 
later appears as an Honorary Professional Member. D. W. Wilson never 
exhibited and his name does not appear on the records after 1827. 

The democratic ideals of the National Academy are well stated in its 
first catalogue in 1826: 

"The Artists of the city of New- York have associated ... for the pur- 
pose of mutual improvement and the instruction of their pupils, and of all 
others who wish to become students of the Arts of Design." 

With no financial support the National Academy was founded in op- 
position to the well-established American Academy of Fine Arts. A 
decade later the younger organization had the pleasure of watching the 
rapid decline of the older Academy. The disputes and bitterness which 
existed between the two, as reflected in the contemporary press and pam- 
phlets, are well worth the attention of historians of American culture. This 
compilation, however, is intended as a reference book on the work of 
artists, and it is unnecessary to delve deeply into the history of the Na- 
tional Academy here. It is sufficient to say that the first exhibition was 
held in 1826, and exhibitions have been held annually to the present time. 
During the period under consideration there were only two presidents of 
the National Academy: Samuel F. B. Morse, who held the office 1826-1845, 
and Asher B. Durand, who served from 1846 to 1861. It is largely due 
to the efforts of those two men that the Academy became and remained 
during the mid-nineteenth century the most important art organization 
in the United States. 

The growth and rapid expansion of the National Academy is clearly 
seen in the statements printed in the introductions to the successive cata- 
logues. By 1829 it was announced that Circulars would no longer be sent 
to artists asking them to exhibit because of frequent changes of address and 
because new talent could not always be reached in that manner. The 
Exhibition Rules stated in the catalogue of 1829 are worth noting, for 
the same rules remained in effect throughout the period of the present 
compilation. 

Exhibition Rules, 1829 

1. The Exhibition of the National Academy of Design will be arranged 
to open to the public in the First Week in May ^ of every year, and will 
continue open about eig/it wee\s. 

2. Works of Living Artists only, and such as have never before been 
exhibited by the Academy, will be received. 

1 A list of opening dates and the duration of each annual exhibition is given in the 
appendix to Thomas S. Cummings, Historic Annals of the National Academy of Design 
(1865), 356. The opening dates varied from the middle of March to the middle 
of May. 

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3- No copies of Pictures, copies of Engravings, nor copies of Statues, 
(except in enamel), will be received. 

4. Original Paintings, Drawings, and Designs; Statues, Busts, and 
Models; Architectural Designs, and Models of Buildings, and Engravings, 
will be received. 

5. All works intended for the Exhibition, must be ready by the 15th of 
April . . . 

6. No picture or drawing will be admitted unless handsomely framed. 

7. The Title of each Picture, or other work of art, suitable to be 
inserted in the Catalogue . . . must be labeled on some part of the work. 

William Dunlap, in his famous History of the Rise and Progress of the 
Arts of Design in the United States (N. Y., 1834, 2 vol.; Boston, 1918, 
3 vol.), gives information on the founding of the National Academy. 

In 1865, Thomas S. Cummings' Historic Annals of the National 
Academy of Design was published, recording its history in great detail up 
to 1863. An important feature is the inclusion in the text of 120 obituary 
notices of varying length. In the appendix are a list of officers of the 
Academy and a list of dates of annual exhibitions. In lieu of a good his- 
tory of the National Academy, Cummings' work stands as the only attempt 
in that direction, but it gives the impression of being a compilation of 
scrapbook clippings and pamphlets, with recourse to his personal diary for 
additional information. There are nearly seventy-five pages of reprinted 
material, mosdy from tiie contemporary press. The index is poor and 
incomplete. It is unfortunate that Cummings, whose memory went back 
to the time of the Academy's foundation, could not have had some scholarly 
collaboration or assistance while preparing his Historic Annals. 

Miss Winifred E. Howe discussed the National Academy's history in a 
chapter on "Early Institutions of Art in New York City, 1787-1864," in 
her History of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1913). Detailed informa- 
tion concerning the buildings in which the National Academy exhibitions 
were held, as well as a list of New York City views shown at the annual 
exhibitions, 1 826-1 865, may be found in I. N. Phelps Stokes's Iconography 
of Manhattan Island. Historical information and membership lists are 
contained in three recent publications of the National Academy itself: 
Centennial Exhibition, 182^-1^2^ (1925); Special Exhibition (1939); and 
Our Heritage (1942). These last three list many of the works of art 
shown in the early exhibitions, and are particularly interesting as they 
record their present locations. 

Although the National Academy owed its formation in 1826 to the 
failure of the American Academy of Fine Arts to encourage young Ameri- 
can artists, a more positive influence was that of the Royal Academy in 
England. For years after its founding in 1769 many American artists 

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exhibited at the annual Royal Academy exhibitions, and the American-born 
Benjamin West achieved the high rank of president of the Royal Academy. 
The Royal Academy held its first annual exhibition in 1769, and its ex- 
hibition catalogues make a splendid record of the development of English 
art. Recognizing their importance, Algernon Graves (1845- 1922) spent 
several decades carefully compiling his monumental work The Royal 
Academy of Arts, A Complete Dictionary of Contributors and Their 
Wor\ from Its Foundation in jy6g to 1904 (1905-1906, 8 volumes). It 
was immediately accepted as a standard reference work. Graves' general 
plan has been followed in the present compilation of the exhibition record 
of the National Academy of Design, 1 826-1 860. The only criticism of his 
work is that it lacks an index, an omission that is not repeated in this 
National Academy record. 

The Catalogues and the Compilation 

This Exhibition Record of the National Academy of Design has been 
compiled from the original exhibition catalogues, 1826- 1860, and contains 
a re-arrangement of all essential information which they provide. All ex- 
hibiting artists, all classes of members, all officers and committee members 
of the Academy, are listed alphabetically. Under the name of each ex- 
hibiting artist are grouped the tides of every work of art he exhibited, 
year by year, with the catalogue numbers, the name of the owner in italics, 
or the designation for sale, if the picture is so indicated in the original 
catalogue. Whenever one work of art is associated with two artists' names, 
as collaborators or as artist and engraver, it is given under the name of each 
artist. Exhibitors designated by initials only have been included in the 
general alphabet. Works exhibited anonymously (whether purposely or 
because of the accidental omission of the artist's name from the catalogue) 
have been listed chronologically at the end of the general alphabet under 
the heading "Anonymous, Unnamed, and Unidentified Artists," together 
with the works of all artists who exhibited pseudonymously. 

The only omissions from the body of the catalogues are the literary 
and descriptive verses and paragraphs occasionally found therein under the 
title of a picture. Every such deletion is indicated by an asterisk. 

Limiting the scope of the compilation to the year i860 makes the 
exhibition records for the early years available sooner than if publication 
were delayed until the compiler completed the record to the present time. 

The format of the catalogues remained essentially the same throughout 
the period of this compilation. They averaged sixteen pages during the 
first decade and expanded to an average of fifty pages in the 1850's. The 
page was divided into columns, in which were tabulated the number of 
the entry, the title of the subject, the name of the possessor or the designa- 
tion for sale, and the name of the artist. 

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The original catalogues sufTcrcd severely from lack of editing and proof- 
reading. Errors of all types appear in each annual publication. There 
are variations and errors in proper names, the same name appearing on 
occasion with three different spellings on one page. There is an index in 
each catalogue, but so untrustworthy that the compiler had to re-index 
every one before proceeding with her compilation. Artists' names as 
printed in the body of the catalogues are frequendy given differendy in 
the indexes. Discrepancies which could not be reconciled, those for example 
involving the names of little known and otherwise unrecorded artists, ai;e 
noted in the text. Two helpful features about the annual indexes, how- 
ever, are worth noting: they usually state the artists' names more com- 
pletely than in the body of the catalogue and in many cases give the artists' 
addresses. The addresses given in the lists of the Honorary Members were 
frequently found not to be reliable, and there is often a discrepancy be- 
tween the address for an Honorary Member as printed in the membership 
list, and that in the index when that member was an exhibitor. 

In 1827, professional artists living outside New York were listed as 
Honorary Members. This classification was changed several years later 
when it was divided into two new classes of membership: Honorary Pro- 
fessional, which included the non-resident exhibitor, and Honorary Ama- 
teur, which included patrons of art and professional men outside the field 
of the fine arts as well as amateur artists. These two honorary classes of 
membership were in existence until 1862, when the Academy, emerging 
to a position of national importance, dropped all distinctions between 
artists resident in New York and those living elsewhere. 

The dates of election to the various classes of membership through the 
year i860 have been taken entirely from the annual catalogues. As elec- 
tions took place after the catalogue for the year was published, the election 
of new members and other changes were not recorded until the following 
year, and in most cases the year given is a year later than the actual date 
of election. Some artists who became inactive and ceased to exhibit were 
dropped from membership, and death automatically ended the term of 
membership. The lists as they appear in each catalogue are inaccurate, 
sometimes carrying the names of deceased members and including other 
errors. The most reliable list of members of the National Academy is the 
one compiled by Miss Florence N. Levy, in The American Art Annual 
(1913), volume 10, pp. 393-402. 

The attempted identification of the nearly 1,300 individuals listed in 
this compilation is incidental to the main purpose of the book, which is 
to present a record of the works of art exhibited at the National Academy's 
first thirty-five annual exhibitions. It was necessary, however, to establish 
the identities of many lesser known figures in order to avoid confusion 
caused by errors in the original catalogues. All the names in the general 

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alphabet were checked first against five works, which unfortunately differ 
among themselves as to dates of birth and death. The most useful and 
adequate reference work is the record of some three thousand American 
Portrait Artists, 1660-1860, prepared by Dr. George C. Groce, Jr., and still 
in manuscript, which is a revised enlargement of 1440 Early American 
Portrait Artists 166^-1860, a preliminary mimeographed volume issued in 
Newark, New Jersey, in 1940, by the Historical Records Survey. Ralph 
Clifton Smith's Biographical Index of American Artists, although lacking 
in dates for many of the less well known painters, aided by leading to 
other sources. A useful check list of artists who exhibited at the Boston 
Athenaeum, 1827- 1873, is contained in Mabel Munson Swan's recent history 
of The Athenaeum Gallery, pp. 194-290. Foreign artists were found for 
the most part in Mallett's Index of Artists or in Bryan's Dictionary of 
Painters and Engravers. The Historic Annals of the National Academy 
of Design, by Thomas S. Cummings, and the National Academy's retro- 
spective catalogues of 1925 and 1939, already cited, were also consulted. 
The New York City Directories aided in straightening out confused 
identities of some of the artists resident in this city, and many other sources, 
genealogical, biographical, and historical, were consulted in fixing the 
identities of individual artists. 

The index of this compilation includes the names of owners, the sub- 
jects of landscapes and of portraits, Biblical characters and scenes, literary 
works illustrated, genre titles, and places recorded as artists' addresses. 
Titles not containing definite names of persons, places, or things, and titles 
of an abstract nature lacking visual suggestion were omitted. Such tides as 
"Landscape" and "Marine" were not included, but whenever a title con- 
tained definite place names, all were indexed. Genre presents a baffling 
problem to the indexer or classifier, but it is hoped that the index entries 
to the key words of titles may be of some litde aid in identifying a 
painting known by title only. Many portraits were exhibited without the 
name of the subject, but the record of the owner serves as a clue to possible 
identification. 

The compiler oflFers grateful acknowledgment for assistance to Miss 
Pauline V. FuUerton, Chief of the Art Division of the New York Public 
Library, to Miss Ethelw^yn Manning, Librarian of the Frick Art Reference 
Library, to Mr. Laurance P. Roberts, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, 
to Dr. George C. Groce, Jr., and most particularly to Mr. Alexander J. 
Wall, Director of The New- York Historical Society, who had long had 
such a compilation in mind and who brought about its publication at 
this time. 

Bartlett Cowdrey 



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NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN 
EXHIBITION RECORD 

1826-1860 



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NOTE 

A proper name printed in italics, following the title of a work of art 
exhibited, is that of its owner as recorded in the exhibition catalogue. 

An asterisk (*) indicates the omission of a literary or descriptive verse 
or paragraph found under a picture's tide in the exhibition catalogue. 



EXHIBITION RECORD 

ACHENBACH, Andreas (1815-1910) 
1847 Address: Diisseldorf. 

194. A Sicilian Forest. Chas. Parser. 

295. Landscape. W. H. Appleton. 
1 85 1 Address: Diisseldorf. 

158. Moonlight after a Storm. John M. Falconer. 

ADAMS, Joseph Alexander (1803-1880) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 833-1 880. 

1833 Address: Merchants' Exchange. 
148. Wood Engravings. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

117. Frame Containing Wood Engravings. 

1835 Address: Merchants' Exchange. 
73. Engravings on Wood. 

1837 Address: 38 John Street. 

215. Frame of Wood Engravings. 

1838 Address: 38 John Street. 

174. Frame, with Six Engravings on Wood. 

ADAMS, W. B. (active 1842) 

1842 Address: 80 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. 
59. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

ADAMS, William Apthorp (active 1842- ) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 842-1 860. Address: Ohio. 
1842 Address: Ohio. 

271. Pen and Ink Drawing from the Sketch-Book of an Ama- 
teur. Charles Lanman. 
275. Pen and Ink Sketch. E. D. Marchant. 
290. Pen and Ink Sketches. E. D. Marchant. 

ADAMS. See Baldwin & Adams, Engravers, active 1852 

AGATE, Alfred T. (1812-1846) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 832-1 846. 

1831 Address: 152 Broadway. 

88. Frame, with Two Miniatures. /. Boorman. 

1832 Address: 21 Warren Street. 

no. The Misses Parker. Parl^er. 

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AGATE, Alfred T. {continued) 

1833 Address: Not given. 

166. Frame, Containing Four Miniatures. 
175. Frame of Two Miniatures. 

1834 Address: Not given. 
166. Frame of Miniatures. 

1836 Address: 8 Tryon Row. 

27. Frame with Two Miniatures. 
40. Miniature of a Child, 

1837 Address: 25 Walker Street. 
9. Miniature of a Lady. 

154. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

1838 Address: 25 Walker Street. 
149. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

1839 Address: 25 Walker Street. 

I. Portrait of Colonel Alexander R. Thompson, 6th U. S. 

Infantry. Killed at the Battle of Okee-cho-bee in Florida. 

1 841-1842 Listed both as an Associate Member and as an Honorary 

Member, Professional. Address: United States Exploring 

Expedition. 

1845 Honorary Member, Professional. Address: Washington City. 

AGATE, Frederick Style (i 803-1 844) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 844. 

1826 Address: 124 Broadway. 
72. Portrait of a Lady. 

77. Landscape. * 

85. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
89. Landscape. 

1827 Address: 152 Broadway. 

19. Portrait of Hon. A. Ward, M.C. 

36. Portrait of a Lady. 

50. Portrait of a Little Girl and Dog. 

63. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

64. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
84. Portrait of a Lady. 

1828 Address: 152 Broadway. 

28. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

56. Portrait of a Lady. 

57. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
59. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
71. Portrait of a Lady. 

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AGATE, Frederick Style {continued) 

1828 {continued) 

78. Portrait of a Lady, 

98. Portrait of a Lady. 

106. Portrait of Hon. J. Davenport. /. Boorman. 
III. Mother Lamenting over Her Child {Fielder in g's poem.) For 
sale* 

116. Portrait of a Lady. 

117. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1829 Address: 152 Broadway. 

15. Children and Fruit. For sale* 

34. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

49. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Tolman. 

6t,. Portrait of a Gentleman, H. Murray. 

74. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Veltman. 

88. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Williams. 

^7,. Portrait of a Lady. W. Bleecl^er. 

95. Portrait of a Litde Girl. A. Roe. 

97. Portrait of a Lady. H. Murray. 
104. Portrait of a Lady, /-/. Tallman. 

109. Portrait of a Gentleman. Burrows. 

117. Portrait of a Lady. H, White. 

120. Portrait of a Lady, A. Barclay. 

132. Mother and Child, Indian Ink Design, F. S. Agate. 

137. Frame, Containing Four Designs. F. S. Agate. 

1830 Address: 152 Broadway. 

18, Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Cliff. 

20. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. O. Holmes. 

25, Portrait of a Gentleman. Raymond. 

31. Portrait of a Lady. 

38. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Innes. 

78. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. C/z^. 
122. Full length Portrait of a Child Preparing to Dance. 
149. Portrait of a Child with a Dove. 

1831 Address: 152 Broadway. 

20. Portrait of a Lady. G. W. Bleec\er. \ 

23. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

26. Portrait of a Child, Full Length. Dr. M'Knight. 
124. The Dead Child. F. S. Agate.* 

149. Portrait of a Gentleman, H. Tallman. \ 

152. Portrait of a Lady. White. 

158. Portrait of a Gendeman. How. /. Davenport. 

159. Portrait of a Lady. , ' 

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AGATE, Frederick Style (continued) 

1 83 1 {continued) 

162. Portrait of a Lady. 

166. Full Length of Boy and Dove. H. Tallman. 

173. Portrait of a Lady. S. Boorman. 

177. Portrait of a Lady. 

184. Portrait of a Gentleman. Bailey. 

186. Portrait of a Lady. Cli§. 

189. Portrait of a Lady. Burger. 

1832 Address: 21 Warren Street. 
68. Portrait. 

207. Brother and Sister. H. Tolmon. 
218. Portrait. 

1833 Address: 21 Warren Street 
21. Portrait of a Gendeman 
31. Metamora. For sale.* 

142. Portrait of a Child. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

13. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. Bryan. 

19. Ugolino. For sale.* 

83. The Old Oaken Bucket. For sale.* 

96. Portrait of an Artist. William Rollinson. 

1837 Address: 25 Walker Street. 
104. Genevra. For sale.* 

III. Portrait of a Gendeman. D. Delavan. 

125. Portrait of a Lady. 

298. The Devil's Deacon, a sketch. For sale.* 

1838 Address: 25 Walker Street. 

83. Portrait of a Gentleman. Rev. N. Prime. 
254. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. McQueen. 
297. Portrait of a Lady. 
306. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

1839 Address: 25 Walker Street. 

88. Portrait A. T. Agate, Esq., member of the Scientific Corps, 

U. S. Exploring Expedition. 
129. Portrait of Rev. H. G. Ludlow. 
213. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
282. Columbus and the Egg — Irving's History of Columbus, 

vol. I. For sale. 

1840 Member of the Council; Curator. Address: 25 Walker Street. 
207. Portrait of Captain Stokes, U. S. Army. Capt. Sto\es. 
225. Group of Lady and Child. C. Griffin. 

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AGATE, Frederick Style {continued) 

1841 Member of the Council; Curator. Address: National Academy 
Rooms, Broadway, 

161. Portrait of Judge Radclifle. 

197. Christ, the Good Samaritan. For sale.* 

1842 Member of the Council; Curator, Address: National Academy 
Rooms. 

107. The Ascension, and the Predicted Return of Our Lord and 

Saviour Jesus Christ.* 
126. Small Full Length Portraits of Two Young Ladies, 

1843 Address: Academy Rooms. 

34, Portrait of a Gendeman. Dr. Sitnes. 

1844 Address: Academy Rooms. 

20. Portrait of a Lady. E. M. Carrington. 

AGATE, Miss H. (active 1833) 
1833 Address: Not given. 

22. View near Sleepy Hollow, 

AKERS, Benjamin Paul (i 825-1 861) 
1859 Address: Italy, 

814. Bust of a Lady. P. R. Strong. 

815. Bust of a Gendeman. 

ALEXANDER, Francis (i 800-1 880) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1840-1860. Address: Boston. 
1829 Address: Boston. 

no. Portrait of a Gendeman, 

1838 Address: Boston, 

88. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Cram. 

1839 Address: 35 Tremont Row, Boston, 
78. Portrait of a Lady. 

231. Wife of the Artist, 

1840 Address: Boston, 
289. Portrait of a Lady. 

1 84 1 Address: Boston. 

14. Portrait of a Lady. Rufus Pec\ham. 

30. The Brothers. Geo. W. Hatch. 
III. Portrait of a Lady. E. Pattison. 

146. Portrait of Hon. Ambrose Spencer, late Chief Justice. 
1847 Address: Boston. 

167. Portrait of a Lady. 

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ALEXANDER, Francis {continued) 
1849 Address: Boston. 

246. Portrait o£ a Lady. Mrs. Church. 

258. Sketch of a Girl with her Pet. Mrs. Church. 

287. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

292. Portrait of a Lady. D. J. Mason Warren. 

1 85 1 Address: Boston. 

267. Portrait of a Child. G. Timpson. 

ALLAN, J. McGregor (active 1852) 

1852 Address: 93 St. Marks Place. 

104. Portrait of a Lady. /. Foreman. 
463. Study of a Boy's Head. For sale. 

ALLAN (ALLEN), John (active 1844-1852/1860) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1844-1851; 1853-1860. Address: 
Nevi' York. 

Note: Although listed as "deceased" in 1852, this name ap- 
pears on the active list in 1853 and subsequent years. 

ALLANSON, John (1800-1859) 

1836 Address: 5 Carlisle Street. 

12. Vignette Wood Engravings. 

ALLEN, Theodore {c. 1 800-1 850) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 838-1 850. Address: New York. 

ALLOM, Thomas (i 804-1 872) 
1 841 Address: London. 

260. Roumele Hissars, or Castle of Europe. W. B. Boggs. 

264. Procession of the Sultan, Street of the Tombs Eyoub Con- 
stantinople. Francis Griffin. 

265. Constantinople from the Golden Horn. Francis Griffin. 
275. Interior of a Moorish House, Algiers. Francis Griffin. 
2.y6. The Babyses or Sweet Waters of Europe, Constantinople. 

Francis Griffin. 
279. Emir Sultan Brasa. W. B. Boggs. 

ALLSTON, Washington (i 779-1 843) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 827-1 843. 
1826 Address: Boston. 

14. Rebecca at the Well.* 
1832 Address: Boston. 

23. Landscape. E. Wee\s. 

70. Spalatro's Vision of the Bloody Hand. S. Ball.* 
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ALLSTON, Washington {continued) 
1 84 1 Address: Boston. 

219, The Mother and Child. 
1843 Address: Boston, and Cambridgeport. 

154. St, Peter Liberated from Prison by the Angel — sketch for 
the large picture painted for Sir George Beaumont. 

AMES, (active 1853) 

1853 Address: Not given. 

165. Portrait of Patroon Van Rensler [sic]. For sale. 

AMES, Daniel F. (active 1837-1857) 
1837 Address: 90 Canal Street. 

165. Frame with Four Miniatures. 
1 84 1 Address: 70 Nassau Street. 

298. Frame of Miniatures. 

327. Miniature Portrait, "Behold the Bridegroom Cometh." 
1858 Address: Canarsie, L. I. 

503. The First Strawberries. For sale. 

AMES, Joseph Alexander (1816-1872) 

Member of the Academy, 1 870-1 872. 

1850 Address: 563 Broadway. 
29. Pope Pius IX.* 
146. Myrrha. /. H. Wolcott. 

i'^6. View on the Campagna, with Rome in the Distance. /. Bur- 
nett. 
319. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
348. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

ANDERSON, Alexander, M.D. (1775-1870) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 844-1 860. Address: New 
York. 

ANDERSON, Sophie (active i860) 
i860 Address: Manchester, Pa. 

199. Our Forest Leaves. For sale. 

460. The Golden Hours, a Study. For sale. 

ANDERSON, Walter (active i860) 
i860 Address: Manchester, Pa. 

203. Litde Red Riding Hood. For sale. 

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ANDREWS, (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Of the Park Theatre. 

88. Landscape and Cattle. For sale. 
319. Landscape & Waterfall. 

ANDREWS, Ambrose (active 1829-1859) 

1836 Address: Stockbridge, Mass. 
76. Small Full Length Portrait. 

1837 Address: New Haven. 

222. Portrait of H. W. Edwards, Governor of Connecticut. 

1848 Address: 124 Hudson Street. 

52. Recollections of Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain. For sale, 
305. Sunset, — Composition. For sale. 

1849 Address: 492 Broadway. 

227. Miniature of Gen. Sam[ue]l Houston. 

235. Cabinet Portrait of an Artist. 

307. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. Lul{e. 

1853 Address: 478 Broome Street. 

24. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 
158. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 
214. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 

ANELLI, Francesco (active 1 836-1 860) 
1836 Address: Broadway. 

89. Bird of Paradise — Portrait of a Lady. S. R. Clarl{. 

104. Portrait of a Gentleman with Litde Boy, Blowing Soap 

Bubbles. W. E. Wilmerding. 
139. Portrait of a Lady. Henry Shelton. 
143. Portrait of a Gendeman. L. Krumbhaar. 
1848 Address: 410 Broadway. 

III. Rev. Fitch W. Taylor, U.S.N. George Lewis. 

1853 Address: Howard Street. 

3. Family Group. B. M. Whitloc\. 
47. Portrait of a Gentleman. Philip Brewers. 

ANSDELL, Richard (1815-1885) 

1854 Address: England. 

70. Stag at Bay: Scene in the Highlands of Scotland. /. Wolfe. 
1859 Address: England. 

234. The Vega of Grenada. By Richard Ansdale [sic]. Edw. 
Cunard. 



ARMFIELD, William (active 1851) 
1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

173. The Village Belle. Geo. W. Jenkins. 

ARMSTEAD, J. W. (active 1846) 

1846 Address: London. 

173. Dogs and Duck. G. W. Jenkins. 

ARMSTED, H. H. See VERNON, Thomas, Engraver, 1856. 

ARNOLD, George G. (active 1854-1856) 
1854 Address: 114 White Street. 

1 01. A Study. 
1856 Address: 442 Broadway. 

164. The Singer. For sale. 

ARNOT, David H. (active 1 847-1 849) 

1847 Address: Merchants' Exchange. 

367. Design for an Organ Case. The Artist. 

373. Perspective View of the Design of Wells & Arnot for the 
Smithsonian Institute. The Artist. 

1848 Address: 50 Wall Street. 

330. Fragment from Waltham Abbey. 
361. Restoration of the Order of St. Denis. 

368. Design of a Tudor Mansion House. 

369. Design of a Spire, Perpendicular Gothic. 

1849 Address: Williamsburgh. 

329. North Elevation of Westminster Abby [sic]. 

334. Faneuil Hall, with a Curious Historical Old Building in 
the Foreground. 

337. Design of a Chapel in the Modern Tuscan Style, Imi- 
tated in the New Seaman's Church, Cherry-st[reet], N. Y. 
City. 

ARY, Henry {c. 1 807-1 852) 

1845 Address: Hudson [New York]. 

248. View of Mount Merim, near Hudson. F. A. Gifford. 

1853 Address: Hudson, N. Y. 

112. An Autumnal Evening, Hudson River. For sale. 

404. View of Hudson. Charles W. Moore. 
1858 Address: Hudson, N. Y. 

442. Scene on the Hudson River, near Hudson. Mrs. H. Free- 
land. 

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ASHTON, Thomas B. (active 1836-1849) 

1837 Address: Philadelphia. 
224. Landscape, Moonlight. 

ATKINSON, R. M. (active 1843) 
1843 Address: 49 Sixth Avenue. 
282. Drawing of a Cottage. 

ATWOOD (ATTWOOD), William F. (active 1858-1860) 

1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

206. Portrait of "Kitty." For sale. 

AUBERY, Jean (1810-1893) 

i860 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

411. Job and his Comforters. For sale* 

AUDUBON, John James (1785-1851) 

Painter and Naturalist. Honorary Member, Professional, 1833- 
185 1. Address: 1833- 1843, New Orleans; 1 844-1 851, New 
York. 
1833 Address: New Orleans. 

210. [Title not given.] 

211. [Title not given.] 

AUDUBON, John Woodhouse (1812-1862) 

Associate Member of the Academy 1 841-1844, 1 848-1 862. 

1840 Address: 86 White Street. 

53. English Green Winged Teal. /. W. Audubon. 
122. Portrait of a Lady. G. Audubon. 
131. Portrait of a Lady. James Grimshaw. 

1 84 1 Address: 86 White Street. 

129. Portrait of a Lady. 

130. American Deer. For sale. 
180. Portrait of J. J. Audubon. 

198. Portrait of Dr. James Trudeans [sic for Trudeau], in his 
Indian dress. 

1843 Address: 155th Street, office 77 William Street. 
93. English Harriers. 

1844 Address: 77 William Street. 

79. Scene on an Unfrequented Road; Wagoners and Horses 
Resting after a Noon-Tide Feed. By V. G. and J. W, 
Audubon. 



AUDUBON, John Woodhouse {continued) 

1847 Address: 43 Beaver Street. 
260. Doe, Trotting. 

267. Texan Leopard Cat. 

1848 Address: 43 Beaver Street. 

7. Sketch of the Head of an English Mastiff. 

17. J. J. Audubon. L. G. Morris. By V. G. Audubon and J. W. 
Audubon. 

82. "The Buck's Last Run," Deer Hunting in South CaroUna. 
By V. G. Audubon and J. W. Audubon. 

113. Mongrel, Gnawing a Bone. 

131. Study of Cows. By V. G. Audubon and J. W. Audubon. 

132. Startled Deer — a Prarie [sic] Scene. By V. G. Audubon 
and J. W, Audubon. 

278. Puss on a Sporting Expedition. 

1849 Address: 43 Beaver Street and 155th Street, North River. 

18. Virginia Deer. 

20. Panther or Cougar and her Kitten. 
62. The Hunter's Victim, not his Prize.* 
112. A Young Bull. 
1852 Address: Not given. 

114. Setter and Quails. Henry G. Stebbins. [By] Audubon & 
Runge. 

129. The Death Scene, from Memory — "Deer Drawing" in the 
South. Figures by J. W. Audubon. Landscape by Runge. 
400. A Roadster. S. R. Downer. 

1856 Address: 152nd Street, Depot H[udson] R[iver] R[ail] 
R[oad]. 

281. Portrait of a St. Bernard. For sale. 

1857 Address: 152nd Street, Depot H.R.R.R. 
236. Sketch from Nature. 

AUDUBON, Victor Gifford (1809-1860) 

Associate Member, 1 841- 1844, 1846; Member of the Academy, 
1847-1860. 
1840 Address: 86 White Street. 

6j. Scene near Pittsfield, Mass., Morning. 
146. Place of St. Mark, Venice. V. G. Audubon. 

1842 Address: 86 White Street. 

167. Sketch in New-Jersey. E. F. Saunderson. 

1843 Address: 155th Street, office 77 William Street, 
102. Souvenirs of Scenery, on Canoe Creek, 

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AUDUBON, Victor Gifford {continued) 

1843 {continued) 
175. Landscape. 
247. The Avenue. 

1844 Address: 77 William Street. 

45. Moon Light, Changing into Early Morning. 
79. Scene on an Unfrequented Road; Wagoners and Horses 
Resting after a Noon-Tide Feed. Painted by V. G. and 
J. W. Audubon. 
133. Grove of Palm Trees, in the Island of Cuba. 

237. Moonlight, Squall Coming Up. 

1845 Address: 77 William Street. 

366. Remains of a Block House near the Sea Shore. The Artist. 

1846 Address: 155th Street and 8 John Street. 

91. Killin — a Scene on the Dochart, Glen-Dochart, Scotland, 
Looking up the Glen; Ben-More in the Distance. The 
Artist. 

1847 Address: 43 Beaver Street. 

96. Scene on the Hudson River. 
320. Landscape. A^. Academy of Design. 

1848 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 43 
Beaver Street. 

17. J. J. Audubon. L. G. Morris. By V. G. Audubon and 

J. W. Audubon. 
36. View from near High Bridge, Looking towards the Hudson 

River — Indian Summer. 
82. "The Buck's Last Run," Deer Hunting in South Carolina. 

By V. G. Audubon and J. W. Audubon. 
129. The Old Sloop — a Bay Scene. 

131. Study of Cows. By V. G. Audubon and J. W. Audubon. 

132. Startled Deer — a Prarie [sic^^ Scene. By V. G. Audubon 
and J. W. Audubon. 

238. The Moon Rising. 

1849 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: Not given. 

212. The Murdered Traveller — a Sketch.* 

AUGERO, Francesco (active 1 854-1 860) 
1854 Address: 'j6'^ Broadway. 
81. Portrait of a Lady. 
230. Venus Wounded by Cupid. For sale. 
310. Portrait of a Lady. 

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AUGERO, Francesco {continued) 
1854 {continued) 

312. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

325. Portrait of a Lady. 

330. The Portuguese Minister. 
1859 Address: Not given. 

769. Roman Peasant Girl. For sale. 

778. Girl Bathing. For sale. 

i860 Address: Not given. 
319. A Gentleman. 
353. A Gentleman (Cabinet). 
546. A Lady. 
550. A Child. 
578. The Artist. 
614. A Boy. 

AUGUR, Hezekiah (1791-1858) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827; Honorary Member, Professional, 
1 828-1 858. Address: New Haven, Conn. 

1827 Address: New Haven, Conn. 

3. Bust of Professor Fisher of Yale College, Who Was Lost in 
the Albion, in Marble. 

1828 Address: New Haven. 

153. Bust of Washington in Marble. 

AVERY, Samuel Putnam (i 822-1904) 
1858 Address: 48 Beekman Street. 
351. Engravings on Wood. 

B., 

1843 Address: Not given. 
312. Death of Francis ist. 

B ., J . 

1844 Address: Not given. 

49. Mendicant Girl. For sale. 
Note: This entry is indexed as "B.J." and catalogued as "}.B." 

BACKOFEN, Charles (active 1 850-1 860) 

1853 Address: 74 Sixth Avenue. 

100. Portrait of a Lady. 

337. Figure Piece, — Transportation of the Exile to Siberia. For 
sale. 

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BACKOFEN, Charles {continued) 

1854 Address: 28 Abingdon Place. 
105. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
161. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
286. Hunting Scene. For sale, 

1855 Address: 28 Abingdon Place. 

9. Portrait of a Gentleman. Hodman. 

61. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Kohberds. 

BADGER, Joseph W. (active 1832-1846?) 
1832 Address: 9 Ann Street. 
109. Miniature Portrait. 

114. Miniature Portrait. 

115. Miniature Portrait. 
119. Miniature Portrait. 
148. Miniature Portrait. 
158. Miniature Portrait. 

1835 Address: Not given. 

75. Miniature Portrait. 

76. Miniature Portrait. 

77. Miniature Portrait. 

115. Frame of Four Miniatures. 

116. Miniature Portrait. 
194. Miniature. 

1836 See BADGER, S. W. 

1837 Address: 164 Broadway. 

138. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

144. Miniature Portrait of Mrs. Cherry. Rev. W. A. HallocI{. 

146. Miniature of a Gentleman. C. C. Marsh. 

152. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

BADGER, S. W. 

Note: Initial "S" possibly misprint in catalogue for "J." See 
BADGER, Joseph W. 

1836 Address: Not given. 

113. Mary, Cornelia, and Eliza, Three Children of Rev. J. F. 
Schroeder. Rev. J. F. Schroeder. 

114. Shepherd Boy, Portrait of John Frederick, Son of Rev. J. F. 
Schroeder. Rev. J. F. Schroeder. 

123. Portrait. Dr. F. W. Custine. 
125. Portrait. O. R. Kingsbury. 
179. Frame of Miniatures. 

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BADGER, Thomas (f.1793-1868) 
1845 Address: Boston. 

304. Portrait of a Lady. 

BAIL, Louis (active 1851-1854) 

1 85 1 Address: 59 West 26th Street. 
254. Medallion Portrait. 
259. Lead Pencil Portrait. 

1853 Address: 457 Houston Street. 
232. Crayon Portrait. Louis Bail. 

1854 Address: i Bowery. 
176. Crayon Portrait. 

BAKER, Charles (active 1 839-1 857) 

1839 Address: Not given. 
190. Composition. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

270. The Hill Lake, Catskill Mountains, near the Mountain 
House. 
Note: This is indexed as the work of G. A. Baker, jun. {q.v.). 

1 85 1 Address: 178 Fourth Street. 

129. A View near Greenwich. Lemuel Bangs. 

149. View in the Franconia Notch, N. H. 

154. Shawangunk Lake, Ulster County, N. Y. 

190. View of the Catskill, Green [sic] County, N. Y. 

197. Scenery near Conway. 

345. Autumnal Landscape — Schroon Scenery. Lemuel Bangs. 

1852 Address: 178 Fourth Street. 

57. The Gorge, Sunset. C. M. Leupp. 
285. Camel's Hump Mt., near Bolton, Vermont. 
399. Fishkill Mountains. /. F. Cropsey. 
405. View in the Franconia Notch, N. H. 

1854 Address: 43 West Washington Place. '* 

300. Landscape. 

1857 Address: 43 West Washington Place. 
77. Mills at Schroon. C. Balder. 

BAKER, George Augustus, Jr. (1821-1880) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1844, in 1847-1851; Mem- 
ber, 1 852-1 880. 
1838 Address: 97 Ludlow Street. 

141. Frame, Containing Four Miniatures. 

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BAKER, George Augustus, Jr. {continued) 

1840 Address: Not given. 

17. Spring; a Miniature. 

Note: No. 270 is indexed as the work of G. A. Baker, jun., 
but appears in the catalogue under the name of C. Baker {q.v.). 

1 84 1 Address: 16 Lispenard Street. 
303. Frame of Miniatures. 
305. Frame of Miniatures. 

1842 Address: 26 White Street. 
159. Village Sports. For sale. 
349. Miniature of a Gendeman. 

1843 Address: 26 White Street. 

59. The Letter. For sale. 
210. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. 

220. Portrait of a Gentleman. L. Acl^erman. 
376. Frame of Three Miniatures. 

1844 Address: 26 White Street. 

78. Portrait of a Gentleman. L. Atterbury. 
131. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1846 Address: Now in Italy. 

128. Italian Shepherd Boy. G. A. Balder. 
135. Italian Girl at Prayer. G. A. Ba\er. 

1847 Address: 420 Broome Street. 
9. Portrait of a Lady. 

60. Geo. A. Baker, Jr. N. Academy of Design. 

231. Scene at Rome, during the Carnival. American Art Union. 

1848 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 448 
Broome Street. 

13. The Annual. For sale. 

18. Portrait of a Gendeman. F. Fitzgordon. 
33. Hon. R. H. Morris. Henry Reed. 

loi. Portrait of a Lady. 

168. Portrait of a Child. A. M. Shiers. 

178. Expectation. For sale. 

297. Shylock and Jessica. For sale.* 

1849 Address: 448 Broome Street. 
139. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

167. Portrait of a Gendeman. G. F. Dean. 
175. Portrait of a Gentleman. N. A. Design. 

1850 Address: 448 Broome Street. 

21. Portrait of a Gendeman. Richd. L. Franklin. 
39. Portrait of a Lady. 

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BAKER, George Augustus, Jr. {continued) 

1850 {continued) 

58. Portrait of a Child. C. McCoon. 
93. Portrait of a Child. Chas. Haight. 
113. Portrait of a Lady. /. M. Ac\erman. 

1 85 1 Address: 609 Broadway. 

88. Portrait of Stephen Allen. M. M. Allen. 
198. Italian Girl. A. Art Union. 

1852 Address: 806 Broadway. 

162. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. E. Mount. 

169. A November Day — Going to School. Geo. W. Jenkins. 

191. Summer Hours. For sale. 

220. Portrait of a Lady. 

377. Portrait of a Lady. G. W. ]enJ{ins. 

433. Forest Trees. For sale. 

1853 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 806 Broadway. 

126. Group of Children — Portraits. Wm. Post. 

161. Portrait of a Child; a Sketch. G. A. Baker. 

164. Portrait of a Gentleman. Chas. Francis. 

328. Portrait of a Lady. Geo. W. Jenkins. 

349. Portrait of a Lady. Geo. Inness. 

379. Portrait of a Gendeman. Geo. W. Jenkins. 

389. Portrait of a Lady. John M. Knox. 

419. Portrait of Dr. J. Kearny Rodgers. N. Y. Hospital. 

428. Portrait of a Gendeman. W. H. H. Smith. 

1854 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 806 Broadway. 

13. Group of Children. E. B. Sutton. 

49. D. W. C. Boutelle. National Academy. 
323. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

326. Portrait of a Gendeman. ' 

387. Portrait of a Child. 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. I 
II. Portrait of a Lady. 

19. William Hart. 

28. L. M. Hoffman. 

58. Portrait of a Lady. 

128. Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D.D. W. T. Hatch. 
130. Portrait of a Lady. 

1856 Address: 806 Broadway. 

5. A Summer Rose: Sketch. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 

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BAKER, George Augustus, Jr. {continued) 

1856 {continued) 

24. Portrait of a Lady. 
59. Study Head: a Sketch. 
78. The Old Baron. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway. 
48. A Lady. F. Endicott. 

80. Gov. Townsend. Bellevue Hospital. 
109. Children, /. A. Weel^s. 
152. A Child. S. Gandy. 
188. Children, Full-Length. /. W. Mott. 
200. A Lady, Half-Length. 
237. Girl Reading. F. Endicott. 
402. A Lady. /. D. Blondell. 
421. A Lady. 

457. The Straw Bonnet; Throwing Flowers. G. W. A. Jenkjns. 
487. A Lady. /. L. Hammond. 
500. A Gentleman. S. Gandy. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 

26. A Gentleman. /. C. Lord. 

46. Willie and Set. A. A. Low. 

175. A Child (Cabinet). Week_s. 

225. Cabinet Portrait of a Child. G. M. Vanderlip. 
623. Group of Ladies' Portraits. G. M. Vanderlip. 
631. A Gendeman. F. Sf{iddy. 

1859 Address: 806 Broadway. 
258. A Lady. 

378. The Day Dream. Mr. Burt. 

400. The Fair Student. G. M. Vanderlip. 

445. A Child. S. Gandy. 

i860 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 806 Broadway. 
290. Italian Peasant Girl. 
297. Girl Reading. 
310. Maidenhood. Jno. A. Wee\s. 
321. Cabinet Portrait. The Artist. 
557. Roman Mother and Child. G. M. Van Derlip [sic]. 

BAKER, G. H. (active 1848) 

1848 Address: 77 Murray Street. 
366. Pencil Drawing. 
372. Pencil Drawing. 

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BAKER, N[athan] F. (active 1845-1847) 
1847 Address: Not given. 

375. Bust of J. J. Audubon. 

BAKER, T. (active 1858) 

1858 Address: Leamington, England. 

574. River Avon near Warwick. Miss Ludlum. 

BAKER, W. R. (active i860) 
i860 Address: Paris. 

268. Le Polichinelle. For sale. 
627. Girl and Kitten. 

BALDWIN & ADAMS (active 1852) 
1852 Address: Not given. 

313. Specimen of Engraving. W. J. Hays. 

BALL, Hugh Swinton (died 1838) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1838. Address: Charleston, S. C. 

BALL, Liberty P. (active 1844-1858) 

1846 Address: 121 Canal Street. 

115. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

116. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1847 Address: 108 Canal Street. 
21. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

136. Portrait of a Girl. 
202. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1850 Address: loi King Street. 
124. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

BALLIN, J. (active 1842) 

1842 Address: 211 Bleecker Street. 

293. Bust of E. Parmely, Esq., Modelled by Solyman Brown, 
M.D. 

BALM ANNO, Mrs. (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Brooklyn. 

276. Group of Dahlias. 

277. Hollyhocks. 
283. Dahlias. 

BANNING, William J. (or T.) (1810-1856) 
1 841 Address: Not given. 

229. Portrait of a Gentleman. D. Van Nostrand. 
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BANNING, William J. (or T.) {continued) 
1842 Address: Not given. 

81. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. C. Lay. 

BANNISTER, James (1821-1901) 

1858 Address: iii Broadway. 

245. Frame of Engravings. Toppan, Carp[eni]er & Co. 

BANVARD, John (1815-1891) 

1859 Address: Not given. 

372. Ruins of Koom Ombos, Egypt. R. S. Pac\wood. 
709. Ancient Tyre. For sale.* 
i860 Address: Not given. 

178. The Residence of the Artist. Mrs. E. Goodnow. 

BARBOUR, F. (active 1 835-1 836) 

1835 Address: 164 Broadway. 

49. Pierre and Duke Ferrado from Mr. Knowles' Play of "The 
Wife." For sale.* 

1836 Address: 327 Broadway. 
184. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

BARKER, (active 1842-1844) 

1842 Address: Granite Buildings, 

34. Portrait of a Lady. 

106. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

133. Portrait of a Lady. 

211. Portrait of a Lady. 

1844 Address: New Rochelle. 

10. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Stagg. 
350. Portrait of B. M. Brown, Esq. 

BARKER, David R. (i 806-1 881) 

1850 Address: 24 Walker Street. 
336, Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 85 1 Address: 24 Walker Street. 

132. Portrait of a Lady. H. Raynor. 

1852 Address: 24 Walker Street. 

372. Portrait of a Lady. D. Curtis. 
1857 Address: i Monroe Place, Brooklyn. 

548. A Gendeman. 
1859 Address: i Monroe Place, Brooklyn. 

521. A Lady. 

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BARKER, Miss M. A. (active 1851-1853) 

1 85 1 Address: 39 Willow Place, Brooklyn. 
249. Fruit and Flowers. For sale. 

257. Rebecca. For sale. 

1852 Address: 66^ Broadway. 

272. A Study of Cupid, in Pastel. For sale. 

368. The Astrologer, or a Peep into Futurity. For sale. 

1853 Address: 66^ Broadway. 

264. The Dead Canary. Miss M. A. Earlier. 

BARKER, Thomas (1769-1847) 
1853 Address: Bath, England. 
143. Moonlight. For sale. 

BARRON, A. (active 1848) 
1848 Address: Not given. 
67. Portrait of a Lady. 
79. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

BARROW, John Dobson (i 823-1907) 

1858 Address: 442 Broadway. 
487. A Gendeman. 

1859 Address: 348 Broadway. 
545. A Lady. 

692. An Artist. 
754. A Lady. 

805. The Studio. For sale. 
i860 Address: 348 Broadway. 

254. The Old Cavalier. For sale. 

BARRY, Charles A. (1830-1892) 

i860 Address: 32 Waverly Place. 

21. John G. Whittier. /. L. Graham, Jr. 
26. Joseph Ames. 

37. Separation. /. L. Graham, Jr.* 
42. Portrait. 

48. William Hart, N.A. 
112. The Motherless. Miss Hitchcoc\. 

BARSTOW, Miss S. M. (active 1858-1859) 
1858 Address: 144 Madison Street. 

41. Sketch from Nature, Pembroke, Mass. Samuel Barstow. 
45. Clarenden, Vermont. 

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BARSTOW, Miss S. M. {continued) 

1858 {continued) 

405. Sketch from Nature, Hanover, Mass. 
583. Clarenden, Vermont. 

1859 Address: 154 Madison Street. 

220. Study from Nature. Sam'l Barstotu. 
■2?):i. Mosquito Hollow. Samuel Barstow. 
632. Mount Kisco Scenery. Samuel Barstow. 
792. At Northampton, Mass. Samuel Barstow. 

BARTHOLOMEW, Edward Sheffield (1822-1858) 
1847 Address: Hartford, Conn. 

374. Mrs. Sigourney, — Medallion in Marble. 

BARTLETT, Jason Robbins (active 1811-1832) 

1829 Address: Not given. 

153. Three Children, Miniature. 

181. Miniature of a Lady. 

182. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

1830 Address: 28 John Street. 

100. Miniature Portrait of a Lady, 
loi. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 
175. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

181. Miniature of John S. Cannon, late President of the Bank of 
Bridgeport, Painted from Description. Philip A. Cannon. 
1832 Address: 209 William Street. 
113. Miniature Portrait. 
144. Miniature Portrait. 

151. Miniature Portrait. 

152. Miniature Portrait. 

BARTOLINI, [Lorenzo] (1770-1850) 

Sculptor. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 833-1 850. Address: 
Florence. 

BARTON, GEORGE (active i860) 
i860 Address: Not given. 
43. Lake Venackar. 

BARTON, James P. (active 1852) 
1852 Address: Not given. 

188. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Williamson. 

381. View on the Muskingum, near Jamesville, Ohio. For sale. 

418. Portrait of an Artist. N. A. Design. 

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BASH AM, (active 1842) 

1842 Address: Not given. 

269. Origin of the Corinthian Capital. 

BASSIE, Madame Adele (active 1857-1860) 

1857 Address: 264 East Tenth Street. 
106. Children. 

198. A Gentleman. 
256. Madame Canda. 
289. A Gentleman. 
400. Dr. G. Buck. 
502. Madame Beer. 

1858 Address: 264 East Tenth Street. 
173. Mrs. Mason. 

570, A Lady. ]ohn F. Develin. 
607. Mrs. Whitley. 

1859 Address: 2 25th Street, corner Broadway. 
47. A Magdalene (Pastel). 

98. Morris Ketchum. 
187. A Child. 

398. Madame Bauman. Madame Bauman. 
i860 Address: 2 West 25th Street, corner Broad vv'ay. 
131. A Young Girl. Mrs. L. 

BATTIN, T. (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

265. Bust of a Child of E. Parmley, Esq. 
300. Bust of a Child of E. Parmely, Esq. 

BAULY, William (active 1859) 

1859 Address: 737 Eighth Avenue. 

476. The Last of the Crew. For sale. 

BAYLESS (BAYLIES), William Henry (active 1841-1852) 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 
280. Architect Work. 

1842 Address: 2 Wall Street. 
274. Cottage Ornee. 

1844-1852 Professor of Perspective. 

BAYLEY, William (active 1 832-1 848) 
1832 Address: 56 Walker Street. 
35. Landscape. 

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BAYLEY, William {continued) 
1832 {continued) 

122. Ornamental Scroll. 
163, Landscape. 

185. Cascade. 

1834 Address: Not given. 
15. Landscape. 
65. Landscape. W. Bayley. 

1843 Address: 56 Walker Street. 

73. Composition in the Manner of Jan Both. 
264. Landscape, with Representation of the New Trinity Church, 

Broadway. 
280. Landscape, with Grecian Ruins. 

1844 Address: 56 Mercer Street. 
118. Landscape. 

371. Representation of the Building now Being Erected for the 
Parish Church, by the Corporation of Grace Church, in 
Broadway, between loth and nth Streets. 

1845 Address: 56 Walker Street. 
148. Landscape, Composition. 

194. View, on a Brook, Spottswood, New Jersey. 

1846 Address: 56 Walker Street. 

154. View on the Road from the Clifton House to Table Rock, 
Niagara. 

186. Landscape. 

220. Seneca Lake near Geneva. 

1847 Address: 56 Walker Street. 

215. Aqueduct, on the Rondout Creek. The Artist. 

218. View on the Summit Level of the Delaware and Hudson 

Canal. The Artist. 
315. View on the River Delaware at the Mouth of Lackawaxen 

Creek. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Not given. 
135. Landscape. 

BEALLY, J. (active 1834) 

1834 Address: Not given. 

161. View on the Thames, Windsor Casde in the Distance. 

BEARD, James Henry (1812-1893) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 848-1 860; Address: Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Member of the Academy, 1872-1893. 
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BEARD, James Henry {continued) 

1846 Address: 9 Park Place. 

7. The Mill Boy. The Artist. 
103. North Carolina Emigrants. One of a Series of Pictures 

Representing "Poor White Folks." G. W. Austen. 
198. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1847 Address: 14 Warren Street. 

76. The Last of the Red Men. The Artist.* 
1849 Address: Cincinnati. 

23. Portrait of a Gentleman. Charles J. Stedman. 

128. Portrait of a Lady. Chas. J. Stedman. 
1 85 1 Address: Cincinnati. 

229. Winter in the Woods. By T. H. Beard. 
1855 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

53. Portrait of a Gendeman. T. D. Jones. 
1859 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

206. The Boys Delight. For sale. 

BEARD, William Holbrook (1824-1900) 

Member of the Academy, 1 862-1900. 

1858 Address: Buffalo, N. Y. 

73, A Dream of the Past. F. W. Greiteau. 
i6j. The Rivals. W. H. Beard. 
181. Morning Scene, with Deer. W. H. Beard. 
303. Frame of Sketches. 

1859 Address: 806 Broadway. 

7, Making Acquaintance. For sale. 

50. Fairy Ensnared. For sale. 

252. Dead Game. Peter A. Porter. 

307. Kitten. Mrs. Beard. 

531. Summer. For sale. 

533. Winter. For sale. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

582. The Little Visitor. For sale. 

645. The White Squirrel. For sale. 

BEARDSLEY, Jefferson (active 1859) 

1859 Address: Ithaca, N. Y. 

10. Emigrants Escaping from the Prairie Fire. B. G. Jacque & 
Co. 

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BEAULIEU, Emile F. (active 1 859-1 860) 
1859 Address: 80 Nassau Street. 

4. Lane Scene at Verdun. The Artist. 
53. Reminiscences of English and French Scenery. The Artist. 

97. In the British Channel. Bachia. 

134. Reminiscences of the British Channel. 

146. A French Village. The Artist. 

154. The Shaded Stream. The Artist. 

159. The Brook. The Artist. 

172. Squally Weather. The Artist. 

210. Wreck at Start Point, So. Coast of England. The Artist. 

310. Close Hauled — N. York Bay in the Distance. 

473. Hove to — ofif the Highlands of Neversink. The Artist. 

i860 Address: 52 John Street. 
25. Sketches. For sale. 
273. Landscape. 
596. The Meadow Brook. 
654. Summer, /. F. Aitl{en. 

BEAUMONT, John P. (active 1831-1876) 

1837 Address: 11 John Street. 

21. View of Indian Falls, Putnam County, N. Y. A. N. Gou- 

verneur. 
178. Chapel at Cold Spring. AT. Gouverneur. 

1838 Address: 11 John Street. 

loi. An Evening View on the Hudson. 

1839 Address: 11 John Street. 

24. View in the Highlands of the Hudson. P. R. Brincl{erhoff. 
209. The Dunderberg, N. York — An Effect of Wind. For sale. 

1 841 Address: Not given. 

122. Hudson River Scenery. 

1846 Address: 11 Dey Street. 

292. Landscape, South End of Lake George. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

178. Morning — Delaware Co., N. Y. Trout Brook in View. 
190. Evening Composition of Highland Scenery. 

BEECHER, A. D. (active c.1843-1859) 
1859 Address: Avon Springs, N. Y. 
721. The Popcorn Pedlar. For sale. 
730. Cattle. For sale. 

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BEECHEY, Sir William (i 753-1 839) 
1832 Address: London. 

7. Family Piece of the late James Lorimer, Esq., of London. 
Col. James L. Graham. 

BELLEW, Frank Henry Temple (i 828-1 888) 
i860 Address: 58 West 12th Street. 

284. Wee Folk. For sale.* 

BELLIN, Samuel (1799- 1893) 

1844 Address: London. 

335. Waltham Abbey. /. G. Chapman. 

1845 Address: London. 

285. The Heart's Misgivings, from a Picture, by T. Stone. 

330. The Momentous Question, — Engraved from a Picture by 

Miss Satchel. 
335. Titian and Charles V. of Spain. 

BELLOWS, Albert Fitch (i 829-1 883) 

Associate Member of the Academy, i860; Member, 1861-1883. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadv^^ay. 

230. The Last Load. T. A. Wilmurt. 
468. Feeding Pigeons. For sale. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 

35. The Wayfarers. For sale. 

42. The Lost Child. For sale. 

53. The Broken Pitcher. W. J. Hays. 
150. Frost Pencilings. For sale. 
497. The Non-Resistant. George Hastings. 
614. Sunday Afternoon. For sale. 

1859 Address: 806 Broadway. 

189. The Stray Flock. For sale. 
334. The Elm Tree by the Bridge. For sale. 
409. Through the Brook. Richard Goodman. 
412. The Motherless Brood. /. C. McCoy. 
475. June. /. W. Stout, Jr. 
i860 Address: 806 Broadway. 

263. The Haymaker's Ford. D. L. Bartlett. 

314. A Reminiscence of Antwerp. G. M. Vanderlip. 

527. Forest Life, a Penobscot Encampment. R. L. Stuart. 

BELLOWS, Rev. Henry Whitney, D.D. (1814-1882) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 850-1 860. Address: New York. 

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BENNETT, William James (1787- 1844) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1827-1828; Member, 1829- 
1844. 

1827 Address: 105 Reed Street. 

17, Landscape, in Water Colors. 
89. Landscape. 

1828 Address: 55 Orange Street. 

33. View of the Island of Galita, in the Mediterranean. For 
sale. 

154. View of Bow Common, Jack's House on the Lea River, 
Homerton Marsh, near London. For sale. 

155. Village of Erith on the Banks of the Thames, Kent, Eng- 
land. For sale. 

161. View on Mount Vesuvius, near Torre del Greco, Naples. 
For sale. 

164. View of the Inner Harbor, Dover, Kent, England. For 
sale. 

168. Peasant of the County of Cheshire, an Engraving in Aqua- 
tint, after Westall. For sale. 

170. North River Sloops, Duane Slip, New York. For sale. 

1829 Address: 55 Orange Street. 

124. View of Castel 'del Novo [sic]. Bay of Naples. For sale. 

125. Falls of Niagara from below the Table Rock, One of a 
Series of Views of the Falls, Publishing by H. I. Megarey, 
Esq. H. I. Megarey. 

141. View near the Bay of Naples. For sale. 

162. View of the North Battery, New York City. 

1830 Address: 55 Orange Street. 

44. The old Prison at Rye, Sussex, England. 
58. Landscape — English Farm- Yard. Mr. Clover. 
60. View on Lea River, near London. 

1 83 1 Address: Clinton Hall. 

68. Hay Sloops, Duane Slip. 

90. The Falls of the Sawkill, near Milford, Pike County, Pa. 
Painted for a wor\ published by Durand & Wade. 

98. The Old Prison at Rye, Sussex, England. 

99. Weehawken, from Turde Grove. Painted for a wor\ pub- 
lished by Durand & Wade. 

100. North Battery, New York. 

1 01. View of Castel'Uovo [sic], Naples. 

105. View of Galita Island, in the Mediterranean. Hag- 

gerty. 

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BENNETT, William James {continued) 

1832 Address: Clinton Hall. 

126. Falls of Niagara. T. Dixon. 

129. West Point. Parker & Clover. Colored Prints of this Pic- 
ture may be had of the doorkeeper. 

130. View of Castel a Mare, Bay of Naples. Philip Hone. 
134. View of Falls of Niagara. T. Dixon. 

1833 Address: Clinton Hall. 
89. Shipping (a Calm). 

1834 Address: Not given. 

6. View of the Catskill Fall. Parser &■ Clover. 
139. View of Quarantine Ground, Staten Island, Published by 

Parker & Clover. 
145. View on the Potomac, Looking Towards Harper's Ferry. 

B. Boggs. 

1835 Address: National Academy. 

84. View Looking Across the Shenandoah, Towards Harper's 

Ferry. W. Brenton Boggs. 
102. View of Etna Mills, Jones's Falls, near Baltimore. W. 
Brenton Boggs. 
1837 Address: Clinton Hall. 

4. View of Litde Falls on the Mohawk, State of N. Y. R. R. 
Ward. 
288. High Falls at Trenton. 
1839 Address: Clinton Hall. 

8. Landscape, Rural Scene. 

1842 Member of the Committee on Arrangements. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

318. Niagara Falls from the Table Rock. 
322. Niagara Falls from the American Side. 

BENOUVILLE, Arch, (active 1858) 
1858 Address: Rome. 

594. Lake Nemi. N. Ludlum. 

BENSON, Eugene (1839-1908) 

1858 Address: 266 West 22d Street. 

253. The Startled Miser, a Sketch. For sale. 
256. The Old Scribe. A. Wetmore. 
437. Night. A. Wetmore.* 

1859 Address: Bryan Gallery, Cooper Institute. 
419. The Funny Picture. For sale. 

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BENSON, Eugene {continued) 
1859 {continued) 

464. My Distinguished Visitors. W. J. Hays. 
603, Cabinet Portrait. Miss Jennings. 

771. The Wounded Aristocrat — an Incident in the French Rev- 
olution. A. Weimore. 
i860 Address: N. Y. University. 

499. The Last Minstrel. Mr. Coit.* 
539. The Imperfect Lesson. For sale. 

BENTLEY (BENTLY), (active 1841) 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

277. Giant's Causeway. W. B. Boggs. 

Note: The artist's name is indexed as Bentley and catalogued 
as Bently. 

BENVENUTI, Pietro Aretino (i 769-1 844) 

Painter, Honorary Member Professional, 1 831-1844. Address: 
Florence. 

BERGER, Anton (active i860) 

i860 Address: 55 West i8th Street. 
70. "The Rendezvous." 

BERTINI, A. (active 1845) 
1845 Address: Not given. 

275. Engraved Oudine of H. R. Brown's Statue of David. 

BESSAU, Oskar (active 1855) 
1855 Address: Not given. 

268. Old Light House on the St. Lawrence, Voyager's Halt — 
Summer, Voyager's Halt — Winter. Charles Lanman. 

BIERSTADT, Albert (i 830-1 902) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 859-1 860; Member of the 
Academy, 1 860-1902. 

1858 Address: New Bedford, Mass. 

99. Lake Lucerne (Switzerland). For sale. 

1859 Address: New Bedford, Mass. 
308. View near Newport. For sale. 

449. View near Minden, Westphalia. The Artist. 

534. The Bernese Alps, as Seen near Kusnach. For sale. 

654. The Temple of Paestum. John Hopkins. 

681. Mt. Washington from Shelburne, N. H. For sale. 

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BIERSTADT, Albert {continued) 
1859 {continued) 

704. St. Peters and the Castle of St. Angelo — Sunset. /. Hopkins. 
757. The Arch of Octavius. Boston Athenaeum. 
783. Capri, Bay of Naples. For sale. 
i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

547. Base of the Rocky Mountains. For sale. 

BILLINGS, Edward T. (1824- 1893) 
1858 Address: Worcester, Mass. 
494. A Gentleman. 

BINGHAM, George Caleb (1811-1879) 
1840 Address: St. Louis. 

88. Group, Two Young Girls. 
96. Tarn O'Shanter, from Burns. For sale. 
249. Landscape. 

257. Tam O'Shanter. For sale. 
293. Pennsylvania Farmer. 
303. Sleeping Child. 
1842 Address: Not given. 

166. Going to Market. For sale. 
1848 Address: Not given. 

226. The Stump Orator. For sale. 

BINGHAM, Luther (active 1838-1839) 
1838 Address: 52 J/^ Howard Street. 

151. Miniature of James W. Wallack, Esq., Lessee of the Na- 
tional Theatre. /. W. Wallac\. 

BININGER, W. B. (active 1840) 

1840 Address: Granite Buildings, Corner of Chambers Street and 
Broadway. 
81. Portrait of a Boy. Sigr. Teraro. 
86. Small Half Length of a Gendeman. W. B. Bininger. 

BIRCH, Thomas (1779-1851) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1833-1851. 

1832 Address: Philadelphia. 

81. Sea Piece. Mr. Clover. 

1833 Address: Philadelphia. 
127. Marine View. 

191. Sea Piece. For sale. 
199. Sea Piece. For sale. 

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BIRCH, Thomas (conthiued) 

1836 Address: Philadelphia. 
178. Marine Piece. 

1844 Address: Philadelphia. 

99. Summer Vie,/ of the Falls of Niagara. W. L. Brown. 
119. Winter View of the Falls of Niagara. W. L. Brown. 

1845 Address: Philadelphia. 
170. Marine View. 

358. Marine. 

BISHOP, Miss (active 1841) 
1 84 1 Address: Philadelphia. 
326. Frame of Miniatures. 

BISHOP, Annette (active 1837-1870) 

1859 Address: New Russia, Essex Co., N. Y. 
106. The Old Witch. For sale. 
131. The Mother's Choice. For sale. 

BLAAS, C. (active 1846) 

1846 Address: Rome. 

202. Angels Bearing St. Catharine to Mount Sinai. Henry 
Parish.* 

BLACK, Miss 

1837 Address: Bethlehem, Penn. (A pupil of Gustavus Griinewald.) 

130. Tell's Chapel near Kusnach. 

131. Landscape Composition. 

BLACK, William Thurston (active 1845-1860) 
1845 Address: Not given. 
269. Portrait of a Lady. 

1 851 Address: 663 Broadway. 

250. Pastel Portrait. Philo T. Ruggles. 

255. Portrait of a Lady. 

269. Pastel Portrait. Marshall Le^erts. 

1852 Address: 669 Broadway. 
241. Pastel Portrait of a Lady. 

BLACKWELL, Miss S. Ellen (active i860) 
i860 Address: 79 East 15th Street. 
229. The Watch Dog. For sale. 

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BLAUVELT, Charles F. (1824-1900) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1857- 1859; Member, 1860- 
1900. 
1847 Address: 54 Clarkson Street. 
313. The Arrival. The Artist. 

1849 Address: 609 Broadway. 
70. Head of a Child. 

1850 Address: 609 Broadway. 

116. Portrait of a Lady. 

369. Landscape Composition. /. Pirson. 

1852 Address: 609 Broadway. 

226. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Koeppler. 
441. Portrait of a Lady. 

1855 Address: 609 Broadway. 

76. The German Emigrant Enquiring his Way. 

1856 Address: 609 Broadway. 

212. Portrait of a Lady. ]ames H. Stephens. 

1858 Address: 609 Broadway. 
219. Warming Up. 

391. Waiting for the Cars. W. J. Hays. 

1859 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 15 
Tenth Street. 

411. The Litde Nurse. E. D. Nelson. 
429. Newsboy. S. Spencer. 
648. The Doubtful Bill. For sale. 
i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 
9. Winter. S. P. Avery. 
280. No News. Mortimer Smith. 
289. Hot Stuff. S. P. Avery. 

BLEECKER, John R. (active 1 837-1 845) 

1837 Address: Not given. 

203. Landscape with Figures. 
261. Landscape. 

1838 Address: Not given. 
III. Landscape. 

117. Landscape. 

1839 Address: Not given. 
189. Landscape. 

217. American Scenery, Composition. 
230. Landscape. H. F. Ouac^enboss. 

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BLEECKER, John R. (continued) 

1839 {contintied) 

235. The Sleeping Lion. 

240. Distant View of the Ohio. G. W. Jenkins. 

1840 Address: Not given, 

184. Rustic Childhood. /. R. Bleec\er. 

202. Farmer's Boy. 

240. The Dutch Sentinel of the Manhadoes. /. K. Paulding. 

267. Landscape, Morning. /. R. Bleec^er. 

1 84 1 Address: 10 1 Hudson Street. 
40. The Yankee Pedlar. 

104. Landscape; an Autumn Evening. 

1842 Address: loi Hudson Street. 
14. Landscape, Afternoon. 

1845 Address: 67 Varick Street. 
177. Landscape, October. 

BLENNERH ASSET, H. (active 1837) 
1837 Address: Not given. 

167. Portrait of a Gendeman. K. Dra\e. 

BLIGHT, Mrs. Charles. See FULTON, Miss Julia. 

BLIVEN, M. A. (active i860) 

i860 Address: 6 Astor Place, 
282. Study, 
451, Fruit. 
592. Study. 

BLONDEL (BLONDELL), Jacob D. (1817-1877) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 855-1 877. 

1840 Address: N. Y. City University, 

55, Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Stout. 

1 841 Address: N. Y. City University. 
83. Portrait of Himself. 

119. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

173. Portrait of a Boy. /. /. Davis. 

208. Portrait of a Lady. /. /. Davis. 

1842 Address: [New York] University. 
II. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

18. Portrait of a Lady. 

90. Portrait of a Gentleman. M. Livingston. 
212. Head of a Smuggler. M. Livingston. 
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BLONDEL (BLONDELL), Jacob D. {continued) 

1844 Address: [New York] University. 

52. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. Livingston. 

80. Portrait of a Lady. M. Livingston. 
106. Landscape, View on the Catskill Mountains. 
138. Portrait of a Gendeman. M. Livingston. 
199. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
364, The BHnd Man of St. Paul's. For sale. 

1845 Address: 59 Franklin Street. 

2. Portrait of a Gendeman. R. E. Livingston. 

336. Portrait. M. Livingston. 
1848 Address: Washington City. 

263. The Duenna. For sale. 

265. The Gipsey Children. For sale. 
1850 Address: Not given. 

no. Portrait of a Child. Dr. Mott. By James Blondell. 

1852 Address: 609 Broadway. 
30. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
35. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

115. Portrait of a Lady. 

282. Portrait of a Child. L. Clar\son. 

339. Portrait of a Lady. /. D. Smith. 

1853 Address: 609 Broadway. 

8. Willis' Falls, near Cornwall, Orange Co., N. Y. 
79. Portrait of a Child. Thos. B. Reed. 
III. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
128. Portrait of a Lady. 
231. Moonlight Sketch. 
338. Catskill Falls. For sale. 
383. Portrait of a Lady. Thomas B. Reed. 
392. Portrait of a Gentleman. Thomas B. Reed. 
432. Portrait of a Gentleman. M^w. C Anderson. 

1854 Address: 609 Broadway. 
45. Cornelius Matthew. 

83. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1855. Address: 806 Broadway. 
51. Miss Phoebe Carey. 
127. Prof, A. Warner. Amherst College. 
206. J. D. Blondell. National Academy. 
208. William Hart. National Academy. 
1856 Address: 806 Broadway. 
136. Portrait of a Lady. 

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BLONDEL (BLONDELL), Jacob D. {continued) 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway. 

288. The Flower-Girl. G. M. Vanderlip. 
392. A Boy. William Hart. 

1858 Address: 805 Broadway, 
62. A Lady. 

114. Devotion. 

520. "Hafed and Hinda," from Moore's Fire-Worshippers. For 
Sale. 
i860 Address: 806 Broadway. 

233, A Gendeman. Rush C. Haw\ins. 
235. A Child. Bernard Ridgly. 

BOARDLEY, B. See BORDLEY, J. B., 1843. 

BOARDMAN, Mrs. G. A. (active i860) 

i860 Address: Binghampton[i-/V], N. Y. 
28. A Lady (Crayon). 

BOARDMAN, William G. (active 1846-1860) 
1846 Address: New Haven. 

138. Composition, Landscape and Figures. 

210. Scene on the Kanawha River. D. D. Egan. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

180. The Cascade at Jackson, New Hampshire. For sale. 

300. View of Bardett and North Conway, from the Iron Moun- 
tain, Jackson, N. H. For sale. 

1849 Address: No. 92 Fourth Avenue. 
242. Summer, Afternoon. For sale. 

279. Clearing up after a Shower. For sale. 

301. Catskill Mountain Scenery. For sale. 

1850 Address: 92 Fourth Avenue. 

338. Cascade on Whiteface Mountains, near North Sandwich, 
N. H. For sale. 

1851 Address: 453 Sixth Avenue. 

117. Head Waters of the Canawha. For sale. 

1852 Address: Not given. 
89. Study from Nature. 

1853 Address: 72 South Second Street, Williamsburgh. 
6. Portrait of a Lady. Geo. A. Laws. 

10. Sunset on Squam Lake. For sale. 
22. View on Black River, N. H. Charles Wall. 
125. Autumn Scenery on the Rondout. Chas. Hooper. 

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BOARDMAN, William G. {continued) 

1853 {continued) 

350. Indian Rendezvous, a Composition, D. M. Moore. 
403. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. C. L. Coo\. 
407. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. G. Boardman. 

1857 Address: 609 Broadway. 
15. Landscape. 

1858 Address: 202 Sixth Avenue. 

9. Clearing up after a Shower; Kanawha River. For sale. 
30. Scenery of the Hudson. For sale. 
435. Approaching Storm, Meadow Brook. For sale. 
470. The Watering-Place. For sale. 
554. View, Cazenovia Lake. W. H. Dtvinnell. 
6^2. Scene on the Bear Camp River, N. H. For sale. 

1859 Address: 393 Canal Street. 

750. Children — Cabinet. Bayard. 

755. The Old Saw-Mill on Black River, N. H. For sale. 
804. Landscape, Autumn. For sale. 

i860 Address: 222 Sixth Avenue. 

186. View on the Canesteo River near Addison. For sale. 
223. Scenery of the Juniata. For sale. 
605. Banks of the Hudson. For sale. 

BODDINGTON. See EARL & BODDINGTON. 

BODDINGTON, Henry John (1811-1865) 
1844 Address: London. 

155. The Village School. For sale. 

201. An Old Wear, or Fish Dam, on the River Ouse; Scene after 

a Shower. For sale. 
271. English Landscape. /. Sartain. 

1854 Address: England. 

317. Vale of Llanrwst, North Wales. Mr. Nicholson. 

1855 Address: London. 

85. The Way Across the River. Mrs. J. Wolfe. 

BOESE, Henry (active 1844-1859) 
1847 Address: 103 Bowery. 
90. Landscape. For sale. 
104. Landscape. For sale. 

1857 Address: 128 East 32nd Street. 
182. Morning. For sale. 

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BOESE, Henry {continued) 

1859 Address: 96 East 30th Street. 
647. A Garden Scene. For sale. 
673. Resting. For sale. 

BOGAERTS, Professor Felix G. M. 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 847-1 860. Address: Belgium. 

BOGARDUS, Margaret (1804-1878) (Mrs. James Bogardus) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1843-1844, 1846-1878. 

1842 Address: 56 East Broadway. 
311. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
333. Miniature Portrait. 

1843 Address: 46 East Broadway. 
257. Miniature of a Lady. 

326. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

350. Miniature Portrait of Rt. Rev. Dr. Hughes. 

381. Miniature Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1845 Address: 117 East Broadway. 
339. Group of Children. 

1846 Address: Not given. 
242. Miniature of a Lady. 

344. Miniature of Rev. A. Maclay. 

BOGGS, Robert R. (active 1851-1859) 
1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

330. Portrait. 
1857 Address: Not given. 

117. Italian Peasants. 

384. A Roman Woman. 

BOGGS, W. Brenton (active 1839-1844) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1842- 1844. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

208. Landscape Composition. Mrs. Richard Ray. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

144. View on the Saco River. W. E. Toler. 

1 841 Address: Not given. 

162. View on Lake Winnipiseogee. Lieut. C. S. Boggs. 
234. Tughkanie Falls, near Ithaca. Dr. A. T. Watson. 
281. Pencil Sketch, Clove Road, Catskill. 
313. Rocks near Weehawken. E. C. 

1844 Address: Washington City. 

136. An Autumnal Sunset, Lake Scene in N. H. /. Williams. 

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BOGLE, James (i 817-1873) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1850-1860; Member, 1861- 
1873. 

1840 Address: Not given. 
180. Portrait of a Lady. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

318. Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme of a Portrait of Rev. 
Philander Chase by James Bogle. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1843 Address: Granite Buildings. 

31. Portrait of a Gentleman. Saml. Cameron. 
38. Portrait of Bishop Onderdonk. 

103. Portrait of Chief Justice Jones. Law Library. 
143. Portrait of Mr. Levy. 
241. Portrait of Judge Oakley. 

1845 Address: Granite Buildings, 73 Chambers Street. 
26. Gen. James Tallmadge. Mr. Mason. 

32. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Saxton. 
42. Henry Meigs, Esq. 

237. Portrait of a Lady. Benjamin Loder. 
360. Litde Fanny. Capt. Benson. 

1846 Address: Granite Buildings. 

52. Portrait of a Child. — Hatfield. 

98. Gen. E. P. Mallet. C. P. Mallett. 

163. Thomas Cole, N. A. T. Cole. 

323. A Sybil. The Artist. 

1847 Address: 73 Chambers Street. 

20. Hon. Jno. C. Calhoun. A. Turnbull. 
31. Portrait of a Gentleman. James Page. 

1848 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

45. Portrait of a Gentleman. Capt. Tyac\. 
no. Portrait of a Lady. 
176. Portrait of a Lady. 
288. Full Length Cabinet Portrait of a Child. Mr. Saxton. 

1849 Address: Not given. 

59. Portrait of Jas. Watson Webb. 
140. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
189. Portrait of a Gentleman. — Riggs. 

344. Hon. W. B. Maclay, after J. Bogle, by J. W. Paradise. 
Exhibited by Paradise. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

24. Portrait of a Gendeman. Ai^. A. Design. 

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BOGLE, James {continued) 

1 85 1 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

100. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. A. Strong. 

305. Wm. Ranney. A^. A. Design. 

349. Portrait of a Gentleman. D. D. Howard. 

1852 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

83. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. W. Strong. 
238. The Young Students. For sale. 
461. Portrait of Master H. Laight. George Such. 
466. Portrait of Master J. Heckscher. George Such. 

1853 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

16. Portrait of Rev. Eleazer Williams. Dr. L. W. Francis. 
78. Portrait of Z. Cook. Z. Coo{. 
317. Portrait of a Lady. O. C . 

1854 Address: Broadway and Leonard Street. 

85. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Riggs. 

86. A. F. Tait. National Academy. 

88. Portrait of a Lady. E. T. 

1855 Address: 346 Broadway (Appleton's). 
31. Portrait of a Gentleman. N. Bangs. 

89. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. Riggs. 
157. Portrait of a Lady. Dr. Smillie. 

169. Sketch of a Child. 

1856 Address: 346 Broadway (Appleton's). 
21. Portrait of a Lady. Mri-. L . 

38. Portrait of a Gentleman. D. D. W . 

147, Portrait of a Lady. 

1857 Address: 346 Broadway (Appleton's). 

25. Prof, David Patterson. Board of Education. 
104. Sketch of a Child. W. M. Oddie. 
154. Hon. E. Williams, C. Dixon. 

170. A Gentleman. N. S. Walter. 
394. D. Huntington. 

504. Professor Mittag. Dr. Mittag. 

547, A Gendeman. H. Taiwan. 
1859 Address: 346 Broadway (Appleton's). 

198, A Lady, W. Chrisholm. 

477, A Lady, S. P. Russel. 

561. A Lady. C. Edtvard Lester. 

701, A Gendeman, Half Length. H. Beales. 
i860 Address: 346 Broadway, 

242. Hon. John A. Dix. 

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BOGLE, James {continued) 
i860 {continued) 

514. Rev, Alex. Campbell. The Artist. 
583. A Gentleman. 

BOISSEAU, Alfred (active 1 849-1 852) 
1849 Address: 396 Broadway. 

25. Portrait of the Count of D . 

161. Scenery of Creole Life. For sale. 

BOLTON, Miss A. (active 1845) 
1845 Address: New^ Rochelle. 
281. Rhododendron. 

BOLTON, William Jay (1816-1884) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1844, 1846-1860. 

1840 Address: New Rochelle. 

116. Murder of the Innocents. W. /. Bolton. 

1 84 1 Address: New Rochelle. 

68. Canonicus and the Governor of Plymouth: one of the 
pictures competing for the premium offered by the Academy. 
115. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1843 Address: New Rochelle. 
178. Head of an Old Lady. 

212. Christ with the Family of Bethany — a Sketch.* 
278. A Sketch of Bath, England. 

1844 Address: New Rochelle. 

141. The Adoration, a Design for a Church Window. 
402. Descent from the Cross. 

1845 Address: New Rochelle. 
102. Head of a Fox Hound. 

163. Long Island Sound, Morning. 

213. Head of a Greyhound. 
1847 Address: New Rochelle. 

92. Christ, Stilling the Tempest, 
169. W. J. Bolton. N. Academy of Design. 

BOND, C. (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

340. Coast Scene from Nature. For sale. 

BONFIELD, George R. (1802-1898) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 846-1 860. 
1837 Address: Not given. 
208. Marine View. 

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BONFIELD, George R. {continued) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

188. Sea Piece. Rev. Dr. Potts. 
248. View on the Coast of England. 

1844 Address: Philadelphia. 

125. Marine View; Vessels on the Breakers. For sale. 
168. Marine; Vessels Coming in. For sale. 
378. Snow Scene, near Philadelphia. For sale. 

BONNER, J. M. or G. M. (active 1831) 
1 83 1 Address: England. 

107. View of a Lime Kiln, near Frome, Somersetshire, Eng. A.]. 
Mason. 

BOOTHE, L. (active 1842) 

1842 Address: Not given. 

118. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

BORCHARD, Miss H. (active 1849) 

1849 Address: 40 West Washington Place. 
86. Portrait of a Lady. 

225. Peasant Girl from Neptuno, near Rome. For sale. 
268. Fruit Piece. 

BORDLEY, John Beale (1800-1882) 

1843 Address: Baltimore. 

120. Portrait of Miss Josephine Clifton. By B. Boardley [sic]. 

BOUDET, M[onsieur] (active 1831) 
1 83 1 Address: Broadway, 
39. Portrait of a Lady. 

BOUGHTON, George Henry (1833-1905) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1859-1860; Member of the 
Academy, 1871-1905. 
1853 Address: Albany. 

176. Summer Afternoon. Wm. G. Thomas. 
185. The Spring. Wm. G. Thomas. 

1856 Address: Albany. 

19. Mt. Equinox, Manchester, Vermont. 

1857 Address: Albany. 

120. The Sere and Yellow Leaf. 
411. The Old Homestead. For sale. 
417. The Robin. 

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BOUGHTON, George Henry {continued) 

1858 Address: Albany, N. Y. 

57. Winter Twilight. For sale. 
^16. Green River Bridge, near Great Barrington, Mass. For 
sale. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

345. Christmas Wreaths. S. P. Avery. 
401. The Witching Time of Night. E. Thompson. 
437. A Frosty Morning. E. Thompson. 
i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

304. Facing the Storm. W. J. Hays. 

380. The Frozen Stream. Lorrillard Spencer. 

BOUQUET, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: Paris. 

179. Halt in the Forest. Henry J. Brent. 

BOUTELLE, De Witt Clinton (i 820-1 884) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 851-1884. 
1846 Address: 306 Broadvv^ay. 

213. View near Troy. D. M. Frye. 

221. View on the Susquehanna River. Frederic l{ Frye. 
285. The Indian Hunter. The Artist.* 

288. A Winter Scene. Frederic^ Frye. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

66. View on the Hudson, between Troy and Albany. 
91. Sketch on the Hudson. 
174. Landscape Sketch. W. S. Mount. 

222. View on the Bennejal. 
237. Wood Duck. 

280. Winter on the Passaic. White. 

297. View on the Catskill Mountains. 

1 85 1 Address: 356 Broadway. 

43. Trout Stream — Shower Passing Off. 
112. Winter. E. B. Humphreys. 
192. Trout Brook. E. B. Humphreys. 
199. Autumnal Sunset. E. B. Humphreys. 

214. Rural Scene, from Nature. Geo. IV. Jenkins. 
340. Summer. E. B. Humphreys. 

1852 Address: Not given. 
96. Landscape. 

1853 Address: 806 Broadway. 

55. The Raceway, a Study. Jacob B. Crane. 

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BOUTELLE, De Witt Clinton {continued) 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. 
8. Landscape. 

1857 Address: Philadelphia. 

521. The Coming Storm. G. W. A. ]en\ins. 
1859 Address: Bethlehem, Pa. 

566. Evening in Cherry Valley. ]ohn Anderson. 

728. Morning Mist in the Valley of the Lehigh. John Anderson. 

BOWERS, Edward (active 1 855-1 860) 

1856 Address: 294 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 
65. Spring. The Artist. 

1859 Address: Not given. 

626. A Gendeman. Andrew Staley. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

193, A Gentleman. George L. Ronalds. 

501. The Trump Heart. 

529. Portrait. Wm. Man. 

564. Portrait. 

BOWES, Charles E. (active 1839-1840) 

1839 Address: 19 Bleecker Street. 

i6. Portrait of a Lady. Chas. Noe. 

60. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. Stone. 
128. Portrait of a Gentleman. B. Smith. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

167. Landscape View from Nature. For sale. 

BOYLE, Ferdinand Thomas Lee (1820- 1906) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1850-1860. 

1837 Address: Not given. 

237. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1838 Address: Not given. 

49. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. Quin. 

61. Portrait of a Gendeman. M. Chegary. 
208. Portrait of a Gentleman. M. Cox. 
317. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Mackay. 

1843 Address: New Rochelle. 

185. Master John Hunter. Hon. John Hunter. 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 
25. Picture Dealer. For sale. 

161. Lilla. Arthur Jones. 

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BOYLE, Ferdinand Thomas Lee (continued) 

1844 (continued) 

262. Portrait of a Gentleman. Chas. Hitchcoc\. 

1845 Address: White Street. 
54. Mrs. H. Shelton. 

104. Harry and Helen Shelton. Mrs. W. King. 

1846 Address: 440 Houston Street. 

160. Portrait of a Lady. John B. King. 

175. Rachel Bewailing her Children, H. A. Weef^^s.* 

191. Portrait of a Child. P. R. Brin\erho^. 

195. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. A. Wee\s. 

1849 Address: 497 Broadway. 

I. Right Rev. John Hughes. Bishop of New- York. The 
Artist. 
85. Major Stevens. 

108. Portrait of a Lady. Dr. H. A. Wee^s. 
1 85 1 Address: 62 White Street. 

133. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Til ton. 

1853 Address: 374 Broadway. 
139. Sketch after Death. 

186. Cabinet Portrait. E. Christy. 
387. Portrait of a Lady. /. Dempsey. 

1854 Address: 371 Broadway. 

69. Portrait of a Gentleman. F. T. L. Boyle. 

134. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
179. Portrait. 

284. Cabinet Portrait. F. T. L. Boyle. 

341. Portrait of a Boy. E. Phalon. 

346. Portrait of a Lady. M7-s. E. Tryon. 

396. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. D. W. Holmes. 

1855 Address: 374 Broadway. 

149. W. W. Fosdick. W. W. Fosdic{. 
1857 Address: St. Louis. 
429. A Gentleman. 

BRACKETT, Edward Augustus (1818-1908) 

1 84 1 Address: corner of Chambers Street and Broadway. 
340. Bust of a Lady. 
344. Bust of a Gentleman. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

I. Bust of Washington AUston. ]ona. Sturges. 

Note: See note under H. K. Brown regarding the cataloguing 

of the sculpture for 1850. 

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BRACKETT, Walter M. (1823-1919) 
i860 Address: Boston, Mass. 

433. Edwin Booth as Hamlet. Adam Badeau. 

BRADFORD, William (1823-1892) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 874-1 892. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

167. Fresh Breeze off Sandy Hook. For sale. 
509. Harbour View at Sunrise. G. W. Smith. 

BRADISH, Alvah (1806-1901) 

1846 Address: Fredonia, N. Y. 

53. Lord Metcalf, late Governor General of Canada. The 

Artist. 
87. Death of Cock Robin. The Artist. 
92. Mother and Child. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Fredonia, Chautauque [sic] Co., N. Y. 
97. Hon. Jacob Houghton. 

1 85 1 Address: Detroit, Mich. 

26. Shubael Conant, Detroit, Mich. Shubael Conant. 

35. Garrabruie, a Hill Chief from Life. The Artist. 

41. Right Hon. Sir Charles Grey, Gov[ernor] Gen[era]l of 
Jamaica, W[est] I[ndies]. 
236. Garden Marauders, or Prince and Meeme. The Artist. 

BRADLEY, L. (active 1 838-1 839) 

1838 Address: Utica. 

170. Turkish Seaport, a Pencil Drawing. S. H. Sexton. 

1839 Address: Utica. 

15, Composition. For sale. 

145. Landscape. 

146. Composition Agony of Our Saviour. For sale. 
170. Flower Piece. For sale. 

BRANDT, Carl Ludwig (1831-1905) 

Member of the Academy, 1 872-1 905. 
1855 Address: 240 Bowery. 

199. Fox Watching a Rabbit. For sale. 
219. Portrait of a Gentleman. P. Strong. 
234. Crayon Portrait of a Lady. Miss Eddy. 
264. Crayon Portrait of a Gentleman. C. Rosevelt. 
i860 Address: 76 William Street, 

34. Miniatures. Mortimer Porter. 

36. Miniature. Benj. Stronges [sic]. 



BRANDT, Carl Ludwig {continued) 
i860 {continued) 

80. The Empty Trough. Benj. Strong. 

96. Etching in Soot. Jas. H. Strong. 

162. Sketches from Nature. The Artist. 

BRANNAN, WilUam Penn (active 1837-1847; d. 1866) 
1847 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

220. Thos. D. Jones, Sculptor. M. S. Gove. 

BRENNAN, James (active 1 837-1 866) 

1837 Address: ^66 Broadway. 
41. Portrait of a Lady. 

56. Landscape, View of Killiney Hills, near Dublin. For sale. 
260. Landscape. 

1838 Address: ^66 Broadway. 

189. Landscape, Mill Town near Dublin. M. E. Parmly. 
197. Landscape View near Carlow Island. M. E. Parmly. 
1840 Address: Not given. 
156. Landscape. For sale. 
264. New- York from Bergen Heights. 

1846 Address: 221 Third Avenue. 
281. Woodcock. C. Grennell. 

1847 Address: Not given. 

309. Trout. Henry Grinnell. 

BRENT, Henry Johnson (1811-1880) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 850-1 860. Address: New 
York. 

1850 Honorary Member, Amateur. Addi-ess: New York. 

1 85 1 Address: Pacific Street, Brooklyn, between Court and Clinton 
Streets. 

66. Coast Scene. Russel Smith. 

BRETON, Miss (active 1834) 

1834 Address: Not given. 

5. View Taken at Evreux, near Rouen, France. 
9. View Taken in the Pyrenees. 
107. Sea Piece. 
113. Rocks of the Calvados. 

151. View Taken at Marum near Rouen, France. 

152. Interior of a Gallery, in the Ancient Abbey of Jumiege. 
157. Dead Game. 

163. Interior of a Forest. 

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BREVOORT, James Renwick (1832-1918) 

Member of the Academy, 1863-1918. 

1856 Address: Fordham, Westchester Co. 
14. Landscape, For sale. 

195, Up the Hudson: from Fort Tryon. E. Brevoort. 

1857 Address: Fordham, Westchester Co. 
21. Lake in New Jersey. Mrs. Lane. 

202. SaHsbury Lakes, C[onnecticu]t. /. C. Brevoort. 

210. Taconic Mountains, C[onnecticu]t. 

252. A Sketch in the City. 

276. Playing in the Brook. For sale. 

1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

33. Marshes on Long Island. /. R. Brevoort. 

50. Evening, a Sketch. Mr. Baldwin. 
no. Harvest. For sale. 
141. Near Salisbury, Conn. For sale. 
529. Entrance to the Highlands. For sale. 
578. A Sunny Nook. Miss L. Cummings. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 
174. Near Bulls Ferry. For sale. 
186. Of? the Road. For sale. 

628. Long Island Meadows, Shower Coming. For sale. 
661. The Hudson at Yonkers. H. B. 

674. Autumn. For sale. 

780. Summer Morning. /. Jameson. 

782. Indian Summer. For sale. 

i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

577. Across the Fields. For sale. 
585. Marshes. For sale. 

629. Showery. For sale. 

BREWERTON, George Douglas (c. 1 820-1901) 

1854 Address: 68 Baltic Street, Brooklyn. 

52. Gorge in the Rocky Mountains: Storm Clearing. A. Large. 
217. Prairie Scene near the Rocky Mountains. Dr. R. C. Moffatt. 

1855 Address: Not given. 

14. View in Taos Valley, N[ew] Mexico. G. T. Olyphant. 
69. A Misty Morning. Samuel Colgate. 

BRIDGES, (active 1833) 

1833 Address: Rome. 

214. Raising of Jairus' Daughter. Sketch Club. 

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BRIDGES, E. W. (active 1826) 
1826 Address: Not given. 

166. View of the Exchange at Baltimore. 

BRISTOL, John Bunyan (1826-1909) 

Associate Member of the Academy, i860; Member, 1875- 1909. 

1858 Address: 14 Lexington Place, Brooklyn. 
27. A Study. The Artist. 

49. Basket with Strawberries. Dr. J. F. Gray. 
124. Creek Scene in Columbia County. Dr. E. Fowler. 
160. Flowers. Dr. E. Fowler. 

1859 Address: 14 Livingston Place, N. Y. 
175. Sunset. D. B. Hicl(s. 

343. Study from my Window. Dr. E. P. Fowler. 
450. Coast Scene, Sunset. For sale. 
496. Landscape. 

604. In the Fields, Scene in Columbia County. For sale. 

605. Gilder Hollow, Berkshire, Mass. For sale. 

732. From Llewellyn Park, New Jersey. Dr. E. P. Fowler. 
i860 Address: 14 Livingston Place, N. Y. 
160. Lake Mahopac. B. D. Hic^s. 
457. Study in the Woods. /. N. H. Walbridge. 
534. On the Williams River, Berkshire Co., Mass. For sale. 
540. View from Underclifif: Lewellyn Park. L. S. Has\ell. 

BRONSON, D. (active 1839-1843) 

1839 Address: 413 Broadway. 
75. Portrait of D. Bronson. 

119. Portrait of Prof. H. Ingraham. P. H. Hodges. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

268. Portrait of Owen G. Warren, Esq. W. Robinson. 

1842 Address: 48 Vesey Street. 

226. Portrait of a Gentleman. Rev. Spencer H. Cone. 

1843 Address: 465 Broadway. 

85. Portrait of a Gendeman. H. W. Theall. 

121. Cabinet Portrait. D. Bronson. 

162. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. O. Woodruff. 

168. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. A. S. Van Duser. 

192. Portrait of Rev. Spencer H. Cone. 

198. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. J. Livingston. 

BROWERE, Albertis D. O. (1814-1887) 
1 83 1 Address: Not given. 
56. Midnight at Jericho. 

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BROWERE, Albertis D. O. {contitiiwd) 
1833 Address: Not given. 

87. Rip Van Winkle. Mr. Wolf. By Brower [sic\. 

1838 Address: no Wooster Street. 

16. Capture of Fort Casmir. For sale.* 

1839 Address: cor. Broadway and Anthony Street. 

80. Ichabod Crane. For sale.* 

81. Rip Van Winkle. For sale. 

92. Composition, Knickerbocker Vol. 2. For sale. 
116. The Lone Indian. For sale.* 
296. Sketch from Nature. For sale. 
1 84 1 Address: Catskill. 

12. Saul and the Witch of Endor. For sale.* 
75. Canonicus and the Governor of Plymouth: one of the pic- 
tures competing for the premium offered by the Academy. 
1844 Address: Brooklyn. 

292. Boy in Trouble. For sale. 
1846 Address: Not given. 

309. King Philip Relating His Wrongs to an Ally. The Artist. 

BROWN, Miss A. (active 1838) 
1838 Address: Not given. 

139. Frame, Containing Four Vignettes and Broach. By Miss A. 
Brown and W, G. Brown. 

BROWN, Eliphalet M., Jr. (active 1 840-1 858) 
1 84 1 Address: 54 Pike Street. 

3. Canute Reproving His Courtiers. 

BROWN, George Loring (1814-1889) 
1837 Address: 5 Dey Street. 

28. View near Hartford. For sale. 

62. Hazy Morning, Head of the Androscoggin, White Moun- 
tains. For sale. 

204. Foggy Morning, View near Boston. For sale. 

205. American Scenery, Composition. For sale. 
> 250. Sunset. For sale. 

284. Fishing Smacks Coming into Boston Harbor. For sale. 
210. Wood Engraving by W. W. Hooper, Scene on the French 

Coast, from G. L. Brown. Exhibited by the engraver. 
1844 Address: Florence. 

100. View of the Tiber, with the Castle of St. Angelo and St. 

Peter's. Geo. Tiffany. 



BROWN, George Loring {continued) 
1850 Address: Not given. 

129. Moonlight Composition. Danl. Easton* 

1854 Address: Now in Europe. 

368. Lake Albano and Convent of Palazuola, near Rome. H. G. 
Marquand. 

1855 Address: Now in Europe. 
217. Italian Musician. 

Note: This picture is not numbered in the catalogue but fol- 
lows no. 217. 

1856 Address: Now in Europe. 

83. Sea-coast. Maj. P. Kearny, U.S.A. 

1857 Address: Now in Europe. 

265. Landscape. Edmund Tweedy. 

442. Venice, by Moonlight. John A. Dix. 
Note: An "H" accompanies the artist's name in connection 
with the above entries but his name is not listed with either 
the Honorary Professional or Honorary Amateur Members. 

1858 Address: Rome. 

79. Landscape. David Lane. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

224. Florence at Sunset. For sale. 

510. Study from Nature. 

607. The Bay of Naples. For sale. 

648. Monte Peligreno from Parlemo[^/(f] — Morning. 

McKay. 

BROWN, Harry B. (active 1858-1860) 

1858 Address: Portland, Maine. 

209. Portland Light, Entrance to Portl[an|d Harbor. W. F. 
Chadwic1{. 

1859 Address: Pordand, Maine. 

578. Indian Cove, Pordand, Maine. H. H. Fiirbush. 
680. Frenchman's Bay, Mount Desert. For sale. 
i860 Address: Portland, Maine. 

213. Ofif Cape Elizabeth, near Pordand. Fhilip H. Brown. 
446. Fog at White Head. /. E. Carter. 
453. On the Sea Shore. /. W. Casilear. 

BROWN, Henry Kirke (1814-1886) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 848-1 851; Member, 1852- 
1886. 
1847 Address: Not given. 

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BROWN, Henry Kirke {continued) 

1847 {continued) 

100. The Pleiades. [Statue.] W. S. Hemmin. 
loi. Rebekah. [Statue.] Wm. Spencer. 

103. Spring. [Statue.] H. G. Marquand. 

104. Summer. [Statue.] H. G. Marquand. 

105. Autumn. [Statue.] H. G. Marquand. 

106. Winter. [Statue.] H. G. Marquand. 

1848 Address: Not given. 
362. Water Color Drawing. 

1849 Address: Pacific Street, near Clinton Street, South Brooklyn. 
263. Bust of A. B. Durand. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

Note: The following numbers appear on page 22 of the 1850 
catalogue as the sculpture was numbered separately. 

2. Autumn. H. G. Marquand.* 

3. Bust of Thos. Cole. /. Sturges. 

4. The Good Angel Conducting the Soul to Heaven. /. 
Sturges. 

5. Bust of W. C. Bryant. C. M. Leupp. 

6. Winter. H. G. Marquand.* 

8. Statue of Hope Contemplating the Immortality of the Soul. 
E. P. Prentice. 

9. Bust of a Young Girl. C. M. Leupp. 
10. Spring. H. G. Marquand.* 

12. Bust of E. P. Prentice. The Artist. 

13. Quoit Player in Repose, an Early Work — a Garden Statue. 
E. P. Prentice. 

14. Bust of Dr. Parker. Dr. Parser. 
16. Ruth. N. Y. City Gallery. 

ly. Summer. H. G. Marquand.* 
1853 Address: Pacific Street, Brooklyn. 

301. Bust of Dr. Moffat, in Bronze, from the Marble by Powers. 

302. Marble Bust of Governeur Kemble. Wm. Kemble. 

303. Bust of Henry Clay, in Bronze. 

307. Lion's Head, Bronze. Wm. Kemble. 

BROWN, H. R. See BERTINI, A. 

BROWN, James (active 1844-1855) 
1850 Address: 181 Broadway. 

80. The Young Pedlar. For sale. 
366. Fort Gansevoort. For sale. 

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BROWN, James {continued) 

1 85 1 Address: 181 Broadway. 
147. The Race. For sale. 
266. Grandpapa and I. 

1852 Address: 181 Broadway. 

198. Angling. 

202. Trollers. For sale. 
310. Water Color Drawing.* 
430. Grandpapa and I. For sale. 

1853 Address: 181 Broadway. 

249. Hide and Seek — Water Colors. 

1854 Address: 535 Broadway. 
193. Sketch from Life. 

199. Sketch from Life. 
211. The Lesson. 

268. At the Road Side Spring. 

1855 Address: 14 White Street. 
225. Detected. For sale. 

253. "White folks, don't lafl." For sale. 
270. Sketches from Life. For sale. 

BROWN, John George (1831-1913) 

Member of the Academy, 1863-1913. 

1858 Address: 170 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 

346. Estelle Anne Lewis. /. G. Brown. 

347. J. B. Whittaker. /. G. Brown. 

1859 Address: 107 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 
48. Head in Crayon. The Artist. 

160. Studies of Heads. For sale. 

439. The Visit to a Sick Schoolmate. T. H. Higginson. 
i860 Address: 170 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 
245. The Big Bunch. Wm. Hatfield. 
276. The Boquet [sic]. For sale. 

299. A Little Spat. Hatfield. 

477. The Wreath. /. H. Higginson. 

BROWN, M., Jr., or W. 

1840 Address: Broadway, 

87. Portrait of W. H. Attree, Esq. 

Note: In the Catalogue, the index lists the artist as "M. Brown, 
jun.," while the artist's name following the entry is given as 
W. Brown. 

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BROWN, M. E. D. (active 1832-1859) 
1845 Address: Not given. 
271. Saturday Afternoon. 

1850 Address: Utica, N. Y. 

73. Judah's Appeal in Behalf of Benjamin. 

BROWN, Miss M. P. (active 1852) 
1852 Address: New York. 

163. Landscape, with Cattle. 

BROWN, Solyman, M.D. (1790-1872) 
1842 Address: 13 Chambers Street. 

285. Bust of Isaac Greenwood, Esq. /. /. Greenwood. 

315. Bust of Charles S. Rowell, Esq. Charles S. Rowell. 
321. Bust of Mrs. S. Brown. Solyman Brown, M.D. 

293. Bust by J. Ballin of E. Parmely, Esq., Modelled by Solyman 
Brown, M.D. Exhibited by sculptor. 

BROWN, W. 

1838 Address: 327 Broadway. 

225. Landscape, Children with a Donkey. 
232. English Country Public House Door. 

316. Begging the Bone. 

Note: In the 1840 Catalogue, no. 87, Portrait of W. H. Attree, 
Esq., is entered as by "W. Brown," but the index gives the 
artist's name as "M. Brown, jun." 

BROWN, W. G. (active 1838) 
1838 Address: Not given. 

139. Frame, Containing Four Vignettes and Broach. By Miss A. 
Brown and W. G. Brown. 

BROWN, W. H. (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: 22 CHnton Street, Brooklyn. 
148. Landscape with Cattle. 

156. Landscape, Composition. 

BROWN, Walter (active i860) 

i860 Address: 92 Fourth Avenue. 

73. Trout (in Pencil). The Artist. 
78. Adirondack Guide. The Artist. 
88. James Russell Lowell. The Artist. 
595. Brook Trout. The Artist. 

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BROWN, William (active 1847-1848) 

1847 Address: 37 Walker Street. 
272. English Game Keepers. 
283. The Horse Fair. 

1848 Address: 37 Walker Street. 

292. Pioneers of the Wilderness. For sale. 
294. Landscape, Milking-time. For sale. 

BROWN, William M. (active 1 859-1 860) 
1859 Address: Not given. 

617. The Homestead. Obediah Mead. 

725. View from Hoosick Falls. G. G. White. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

146. Autumn on Hoosick. For sale. 

258. Postenkill Creek. 

398. Blue Mountain Scenery. 

BROWNE, Miss Mary Ann (active 1837-1859) 
1837 Address: 359 Broadway. 
164. Flower Piece. 
300. Group of Gipsies. 

1858 Address: Not given. 

331. Still Life— Water Color. 

1859 Address: 127 Hudson Street, Hoboken, N. J. 

164. On the Wall kill. For sale. 

165, Sketch from Nature. For sale. 

BROWNE, William (active 1859) 

1859 Address: 127 Hudson Street, Hoboken, N. J. 

332, Last Day of the N. Y. State Fair, Buffalo, 1857. For sale. 

BROWNING, Mrs. H. (active 1 839-1 842) (Eleanor Browning) 
1839 Address: 95 King Street. 

143. Min[iature] Portrait Gentleman. 

BRUEN, George W. (died 1849) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1841-1849. Address: New York. 

BRUSH, John Y. (active 1851-1857) 

1851 Address: 609 Broadway. 

163. Portrait of Adolphus Smith. 

1852 Address: 609 Broadway. 

389. Portrait of an Infant. Mrs. Filmore. 

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BRUSH, John Y. {contimu'd) 

1854 Address: 609 Broadway. 

163. Portrait of Gen. Thompson 
354. Portrait. Wm. Brower. 

BRYANT, Henry (1812-1881) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 838-1 881. 

1837 Address: Not given. 

54. Portrait of a Young Lady. 
112. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
180. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
187. Portrait of a Lady. 

1838 Address: Not given. 

42. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Craig. 

50. Portrait of a Lady. 

69. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

90. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1839 Address: Stuyvesant Institute. 
106. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

120. Half-length Portrait of a Gentleman. S. F. Van. 
259. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1840 Address: Granite Buildings, Corner of Chambers Street and 
Broadway. 

27. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
124. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
215. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
294. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1 85 1 Address: Hartford, Conn. 
102. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

1852 Address: Hartford, Conn. 
408. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
413. Portrait of a Girl. 

1854 Address: Hartford, Ct. 
318. Portrait of a Child. 
331. Portrait of Florence. For sale. 
363. Henry Bryant. 
366. S. J. Finney. 

BRYANT, William Cullen (1794-1878) 

Professor of Mythology and Ancient Historj', 1 828-1 830; Pro- 
fessor of Mythology, 1831-1838; Honorary Member of the 
Academy, Amateur, 1 834-1 860. Address: New York. 

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BUCKLEY, J. E. (active 1855) 
1855 Address: London, 

256. The Discovery. Rev. E. L. Magoon. 

BULLARD, Otis A. (active 1842-1853) 
1842 Address: Howard, Steuben Co. 

218. Portrait of a Gentleman. Thos. Wilber. 

1844 Address: 163 Canal Street. 

227. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. M. Reeve. 

322. Portrait of Ex-Governor Runney, of Vermont. Dr. Runney. 

1845 Address: 201 Sixth Avenue. 

142. Group of Children. Mrs. W. C. La Rue. 
309. Scene in a Barn, in Genesee Co. The Artist. 

1846 Address: 11 Amity Street. 
261. Loading Hay. D. Wagstaff. 

1847 Address: 6y West 15th Street. 
12. Trading Horses. The Artist. 

224. "John, I've got the Rooster." The Artist. 

1848 Address: 6y West 15th Street. 
331. Head. 

1853 Address: 609 Houston Street. 
213. Soft Sawder. For sale. 

293. The Light Blue Frock. For sale. 

BULLET, Charles (active 1849) 

1849 Address: Pacific Street, South Brooklyn. 

294. Statuette of H. K. Brown. H. K. Brown. 

BULLFINCH [BULFINCH], Charles (1763-1844) 

Architect. Honorary Member, Professional, 1827. Address: 
Washington City. 

BURBANK, J. Maze (active 1858) 
1858 Address: 820 Broadway. 

636. "Wallace," the Lion, from Life. For sale. 

BURBANK, James (active 1841) 
1 84 1 Address: London. 

244. Portrait of an Artist's Favourite Dog. W. Creighton. 
316. Head of an English Fox Dog. For sale. 

BURFORD, John (active 1 829-1 846) 
1829 Address: 218 Broadway. 
98. Marine View, Sunset. 

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BURFORD, John {continued) 

1835 Address: 202 Broadway. 
198. Landscape. 

1836 Address: Canal Street. 

52. Portrait of Master Hoffman, 

1837 Address: Canal Street. 

173. Portrait of a Child. D. Sweeney. 

1838 Address: Not given. 
4. Smugglers. 

26. Portrait of J. W. Vernon. 

1 84 1 Address: New Haven. 

238. Port[rai]t of a Short Horned Bull, Young Rocket. H. 
Whitney. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

135. Portraits of the Race-horses Mariner (black) and Fashion 
(sorrel). W. Gibbons, N. J. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

136. RoUo and His Master. W. Gibbons. 

1844 Address: Not given. 

43. View near Cold Spring. Edtvard Wee/(s. 
1846 Address: Not given. 

112. Landscape, Composition. 

203. Landscape and Figures. 

279. Composition, Landscape and Figures. D. W. Coit. 

Note: The artist's name is given only as Burford, with no 
initial, in the entries of 1846. 

BURNBACK, C. (active i860) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

237. Dead Game. For sale. 

BURNHAM, T. W. (active 1842) 

1842 Address: 9 Summer Street, Boston. 
21. Boys Playing Paw. For sale. 

BURNS, James (active 1840-1860) 

1840 Address: Not given. 

150. Portrait of a Lady with the Guitar. 

1 84 1 Address: 107 Canal Street. 

6. Portrait of a Lady. 

7. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1842 Address: 107 Canal Street. 

132. Portrait of a Lady. By Burns. 

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BURR, William Henry (active 1841-1859) 

1 841 Address: Not given. 

93. Portrait of a Gentleman. S. B. Pond. 

1842 Address: 103 Canal Street. 
76. Washing Day. For sale* 

117. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Whittlesey. 
205. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Wescott. 

1843 Address: 9 Lispenard Street. 

47. Mary at the Tomb, — John xx. 17. 

1846 Address: Syracuse. 

80. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

157. The Justice's Court. T. Johnson. 

158. Morning of a Training Day. The Artist. 
225. Portrait of a Lady. /. Johnson. 

1848 Address: N. Y. University. 

195. Portrait of a Gendeman. /?. Pell. 

1849 Address: Not given. 

109. Portrait of the Late Alex. Ming. 

1850 Address: N. Y. University. 

48. Portrait of a Gentleman. B. S. Hart. 

49. Portrait of a Lady. B. S. Hart. 
186. The Intelligence Office. For sale. 

1856 Address: 362 Broadway. 

127. Scissors Grinder. For sale. 

252. Head of a Child. For ^^/<?. 
1859 Address: Not given. 

786. The Artist's Daughter. 

BURRIDGE, Thomas H. 

1844 Address: loi Avenue D. 
300. Marine. T. H. Burridge. 
385. Scene in Holland. For sale. 

BURTON, Charles 

1 83 1 Address: 125 Green Street. 

193. Frame with 16 views in New- York, Publishing by Bourne. 

196. Wall Street. 

200 View at Ramapo. 

BUSH, Norton (1834-after 1878) 
1852 Address: Rochester, N. Y. 

416. Landscape. Mrs. Ens worth. 
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BUSHE, Doctor 

Lecturer on Anatomy, 1831. 

BUTLER, George Bernard, Jr. (i 838-1907) 

Member of the Academy, 1 873-1907. 

1859 Address: Paris. 
600. Fruit. 

i860 Address: Paris. 

58. Swiss Peasant Girl. 

59. Swiss Peasant Girl. 
322. Fancy Piece. 

442. The Young Student. 

BUTTI, Guido (active 1853) 

1853 Address: 374 Broadway. 

298. Colossal Bust of Washington, Model in Plaster, 
306. Genius Weeping at the Tomb, Model in Plaster. 

C , Mrs. A 

1834 Address: Not given. 

48. Italian Landscape. Henry Patto. 

123. Miniature Landscape. Henry Patto. 

124. Tea Party. Henry Patto. 

C , H 

1842 Address: Not given. 

146. View in the Bay of New- York, Taken from South Brook- 
lyn Wharf. 

CAFFERTY, James H. (1819-1869) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1850- 1853; Member, 1854- 
1869. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

118. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. M. Falconer. 

1844 Address: 13 Granite Buildings. 
27. View at Little Falls. For sale. 

50. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. A. Miller, Jr. 
121. Portrait of a Gendeman. T. Charters. 

1845 Address: Granite Buildings. 

117. View on Long Island. The Artist. 
202. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. Johnson. 
222. J. F. Cropsey. N. Academy of Design. 
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CAFFERTY, James H. {continued) 

1846 Address: Not given. 

40. Portrait of a Lady. Miss A. Saul. 
88. S. R. Fanshaw. A^. Academy of Design. 
no. Portrait of a Gentleman, Mrs. S. De Luce. 

169. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Ackerman. 

170. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. C. Watson. 
183. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. H. Moore. 
207. Portrait of a Gentleman. Geo. Loder. 
337. Study of a Head. 

1847 Address: Not given. 

195. Blacking Merchant. American Art Union. 

212. Portrait of a Lady. M/i-i- C. M. Rolph. 

270. Landscape, on the Hudson. American Art Union. 

1848 Address: Broad vi^ay, cor. Houston Street. 
48. Portrait of a Gentleman. P. Nodine. 

1849 Address: 609 Broadway. 

24. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. C. Scherph. 

29. Light Guard. G. W. Burr. 

83. Landscape \\tw in Orange County. D. Quin. 
244. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. B. Burhardt. 
317. View on Nally's Creek, N. J. U. Lewison. 

1850 Address: 609 Broadway. 

14. Portrait of a Gentleman. Isaac H. Brown. 

20. Portrait of an Artist. N. A. Design. 

35. Portrait of a Lady. /. H. Cafferty. 

86. Landscape Composition. Thos. W. Phelps. 
153. The Apple of Contention. The Artist. 
159. View in Orange Co. Thos. W. Phelps. 
187. Marine View. M. M. Toree. 

1 85 1 Address: 609 Broadway. 

47. Portraits of Children. M. Levitt. 
■2.17,. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1852 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 609 
Broadway. 

3. Cabinet Portrait. Wm. C. Cafferty. 

4. Cabinet Portrait. Wm. C. Cafferty. 
71. Reflection. 

80. Portrait of a Lady. 

192. Landscape Composition. W. H. Moore. 

193. View in New-Jersey. W. H. Moore. 
207. La Petite Louise. 



CAFFERTY, lames H. {contnutcd) 

1852 {continued) 

325. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

352. Cabinet Portrait. R. D. Holmes. 

1853 Address: 609 Broadway, 

91. Portrait of a Gentleman. ]ohn Oliver. 

102. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. //. Cafferty. 

117. Portrait of a Lady. /. H. Cafferty. 

436. Portrait of a Child. T. A. Wihnurt. 

1854 Address: 609 Broadway. 

76. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. P. Hall. 
91. Portrait of a Child. /. Hoyt. 

343. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. Gaylor. 
389. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Pierson. 

1855 Address: 600 Broadway. 

26. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. T. Estes. 

77. Portrait of a Lady. Mr^. T. Pf^. Phelps. 
204. T. D. Jones. National Academy. 

1856 Address: N. Y. University. 

47. Emily P. Lesdernier. Mrs. E. P. Lesdernier. 
III. Lieut. J. P. Decatur. /. P. Decatur, U.S.N. 

1857 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: N. Y. 
University. 

42. J. M. Force. /. M. Force. 

59. John Oliver. Mrs. J. Oliver. 
177. Capt. Asa F. Miller. A. F. Miller. 
243. The Cavalier; A Sketch. /. H. Hatton. 
433. Miss Eveline Brush. /. E. Brush. 
541. C. B. Burkhardt. Miss C. M. Bur\hardt. 

1858 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: New York University. 

31. A Gentleman. A. Smith. 

52. A Child. G. C. Gregory. 
131. Miss Emma Van Kleeck. 
154. In the Adirondacks. Miss Marie E. Boyce. 
179. Harvesting in Monmouth County, N. J. For sale. 
188. The Round Head. G. H. Htitton. 
374. Wall Street, Half Past 2 O'clock, Oct. 13, 1857. E. W. 

Hudson. By J. H. Cafferty and C. G. Rosenberg. 
459. Fruit. For sale. 

1859 Address: N. Y. University. 

168. Cedar Bird, Harmony. Samuel ]ac\son. 

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CAFFERTY, James H. {continued) 
1859 {continned) 

248. Fruit. Miss M. E. Howley. 

399. A Gentleman. Wm. H. Allen. 

448. Cabinet Full Length. The Artist. 

718. The Midday Rest. 

777. A Lady. 
i860 Address: N. Y. University. 

313. Mendicant Monk. For sale. 

491. A Gentleman. /. B. Dorsey, M.D. 

584. Bandit, Study. For sale. 

594. Wall Street in 1789, Sketch for Large Picture. E. W. 
Burr. By C. G. Rosenberg and J. H. Cafferty, N.A. 

661. Study of Pears. For sale. 

CALIX, Compte (active 1858) 
1858 Address: Paris. 

483. Gil Bias. M. Knoedler. 

484. Gil Bias. M. Knoedler. 

485. Gil Bias. M. Knoedler. 

498. Gil Bias. For sale. 

499. Gil Bias. For sale. 

500. Gil Bias. For sale. 

CALLAWAY, George (active 1843) 
1843 Address: 389 '/i Grand Street. 
II. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

CAMMUCINI (CAMUCCINI), Vincenzo (1771/3-1844) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 831-1844. Address: 
Rome. 

CAN A VARA, (active 1833) 

1833 Address: Rome. 

107. Portrait of a Young Lady and Italian Greyhound. H. W. 
Field. 

CANINA (CANINI), Cav. Luigi (d. 1856) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 844-1 856. Address: Rome. 

CAPELLI, C. (active 1843) 
1843 Address: Not given. 
81. Landscape. 
258. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 

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CAPPELEN, A. (active 1852) 
1852 Address: Not given. 

410. Norwegian Forests. W. G. Breese. 

CAREY, Edward L. (died 1845) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1843-1845. Address: Philadel- 
phia. 

CARLIN, John (1813-1891) 

1847 Address: 37 West Washington Place. 
185. The Broadway Dandy, in His Garret. 

300. Miniature Group of Children. Hamilton Fish. 

301. Miniature of Master Stebbins. H. G. Stebbins. 

1848 Address: West Washington Place. 
211. Christ on the Mount. For sale* 
344. Miniature Portrait. 

1849 Address: 37 West Washington Place. 
58. Driving the Cows Home. For sale. 

302. The Destruction of Pompeii. For sale.* 
314. A Frame with Five Miniatures: 

1. Portraits of Children. Mrs. /. Townsend. 

2. A Lady. 

3. Group of Children. Stewart Brown. 

4. Portrait of a Boy. 

5. Portrait of a Boy. Mrs. R. Townsend. 
321. The Disobedient Prophet Punished. For sale.* 

1850 Address: West Washington Place. 

6r. Cupid Seeking Fair Victims, Espies One! For sale. 

65. Returning Home Company in the Sixteenth Century. For 

sale. 
149, The First Lesson in Dancing. For sale. 
183. Playing at Chess. For sale.* 

1 85 1 Address: 37 West Washington Place. 
237. The Royal Skaters.* 

1852 Address: 63 West 28th Street. 

87. Haltings for the Night, in the Indian Wars. For sale. 
445. The Flight of the Holy Family, in Egypt, by Moonlight, 
About Two Hours Before Dawn. 

1853 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 

116. The Pursuit on Lake George. For sale.* 

136. "O! I'm the Happiest of Husbands, My Love!" For sale. 

1854 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 

159. An Aurora Borealis: Scene on the Hudson. For sale. 
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CARLIN, John {continued) 

1854 {continued) 

170. Miniature Portrait of a Child. John L. Boyd. 

1855 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 

209. St. John at the Isle of Patmos. For sale. 

1857 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 
29. The Cozy Tete-a-Tete. 

36. The Artist's Children. 
137. La Bella Italia. 

1858 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 
34. Love Unrequited. For sale. 

571. The Caravan of the Sea of Gallilee. For sale. 

1859 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 
297. After a Long Cruise. For sale. 

323. "May I Marry Your Daughter?" For sale. 
i860 Address: 120 West 25th Street. 
358. Red Riding Hood. For sale. 
370. Sunday Afternoon. For sale. 
415. The Virtuoso. For sale. 
420. Reading About Solferino. For sale. 

CARMICHAEL, T. J. (active 1841-1842) 

1 84 1 Address: Sing Sing. 

247. Aqueduct Bridge, Sing Sing. T. /. Carmichael. 

1842 Address: Sing Sing. 

282. Church and Cemetery. Col. T. f. Carmichael. 

CARMIENCKE, John Hermann (1810-1867) 
1853 Address: 659 Broadway. 

62. The Chaudiere Falls near Quebec. For sale. 
1855 Address: 359 Broadway. 

162. Near Cold Spring, on the Hudson. 

1857 Address: yog Broadway. 

73. Late Afternoon at the Chaudiere Falls, C[anad]a. W. F. 
Cler{, M.D. 
204. Cold Spring, Hudson R[iver]. 
279. Coast Scene; Moon Rising. For sale. 
357. Afternoon, after a Heavy Shower. For sale. 

1858 Address: 709^/2 Broadway. 

116. The Garden Lake, N[orth] Italy. Eli White. 

1859 Address: 709 Broadway. 

196. Thunderstorm Passing over the Chemnitz Valley. A. Crane. 
312. The last Moment of a Day on the Mountains. For sale. 

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CARPENTER, Francis Bicknell (i 830-1900) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1853- 1900. 
1848 Address: Homer, Cortland Co., N. Y. 

62. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. C. Green. 

63. Portrait of a Gentleman. L. Glover. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 
324. Sampson. The Artist. 

392, Portrait of a Lady. The Artist. 

1852 Address: 374 Broadway. 

60. Portrait of W. S. Mount. 

67. Portrait of David Leavitt. David Leavitt. 

79. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. N. [sic for F. N.] Otis, M.D. 
427. Sibyl. For sale. 
434. Hon. T. G. Talmage, Ex-Mayor of Brooklyn. 

1853 Address: 374 Broadway. 

12. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. L. Roberts. 

14. Full Length Portrait of Ex-President Fillmore. David A. 
Bo^ee. 

52. Study of a Head. E. W. Nichols. 
115. Portrait of a Gentleman. Capt. Hudson. 
124. Portrait of a Gentleman. Capt. W . Hudson. 
423. Portrait of a Lady. F. B. Carpenter. 

1854 Address: 359 Broadway. 

2. Portrait of a Gentleman. George Tuttle. 
115. Fourscore and Ten. Wm. Sherwood. 
148. Portrait of a Lady. 
314. Resignation. For sale. 
349. The Poet's Wife. For sale. 
379. Portrait of a Gentleman. 5. A. Rollo. 
390. Portrait of a Gentleman. Ti^m. /4. Greene. 

1855 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 359 
Broadway. 

52. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Stone. 

1856 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 442 
Broadway. 

62. Hon. Wm. L. Marcy. The Artist. 
103. General A. Macdonald. Genl. A. Macdonald. 
167. Rev. Dr. Cox. The Artist. 

1857 Address: 442 Broadway. 
362. Rufus Clarke. 

418. Sarah Clarke. 
454. A Lady. 

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CARPENTER, Francis Bicknell {continued) 

1857 {continued) 

464. Dr. F. N. Otis, U.S.N. 
470. A Lady. 
490. J. S. Pike. 

1858 Address: 442 Broadway. 

75. A Lady. F. W. Tap pan. 
137. Mr. L. R. Shaw. 
156. George Hall. 
223. R. R. Storrs, Jr., D.D. 
589. A Boy. 

1859 Address: 442 Broadway. 

202. Dr. Lyman Beecher. H. W. Beecher. 
451. A Gentleman. "The Artist. 
520. Frank. F. W. Tappan. 
539. A Lady. 
i860 Address: 422 Broadway. 

197. A Lady. H. C. Bowen. 

198. A Gendeman. Dr. R. G. Reynolds. 
400. Queen Vashti. W. M. Newell.* 
409. "Esther." W. M. Newell.* 

593. Chas. F, Newton, Past Master of Metropolitan Lodge. C. F, 
Newton. 

CARROLL, Nicholas (died 1855) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 840-1 855. Address: New York. 

CARTER, Dennis Malone (1827-1881) 

1848 Address: 325 Broadway. 

87. "Our Father who art in Heaven." /. R. Whiting. 
154. "Lead us not into temptation." For sale. 
161. "Deliver us from evil." For sale. 
218. General La Vega. 

1849 Address: 325 Broadway. 
75. Amateur Artist. 

282. Spiritual Love. For sale.* 

1850 Address: 325 Broadway. 
6. Portrait of a Lady. 

31. King Lear Disowning Cordelia.* 
161. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

185 1 Address: 325 Broadway. 

398. Signing the Contract. For sale.* 

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CARTER, Dennis Malonc (continued) 

1852 Address: 7 Vandam Street. 
141, At the Shrine. 

362. Portrait of the Artist. 

1853 Address: 535 Broadway. 
34. Henry Clay. For sale. 

95. The Village Pastor. Charles Ely* 

109. Richelieu.* 

141. Meditation. W. A. Green. 

442. Job, Chap i, Ver. 21. John Hoey.* 

1854 Address: 535 Broadway. 

3. The Angel's Whisper. W. and J. O'Brien.* 
73. The Reproof.* 
104. The Village School Master. W. and }. O'Brien.* 

1855 Address: 555 Broadway. 
164. Portrait of a Lady. 

190. Mother and Child. Miss M. Goodwin. 

1856 Address: 535 Broadway. 

168, Ruth and Naomi — The Book of Ruth, ch. i, v. 15 and 16. 
230. Mother and Child. 

1857 Address: 535 Broadway. 

280. The O'Donoghue, a Legend of Killarney.* 
360. Covering the Retreat from Breeds Hill.* 

1858 Address: 535 Broadway. 

24. The Haunted Mountain.* 
48. Mother and Child, 
93. Decatur's Attack on Tripoli.* 
203. "Thy will be done." 

1859 Address: 535 Broadway. 

82. A Legend of St. Michael. For sale.* 
684. Just Twelve Months. Dr. G. S. Edwards. 
733. Death of the Baron DeKalb at the Battle of Camden. For 

sale.* 

i860 Address: 694 Broadway. 

425. Sarsfield's Surprise and Capture of the Siege Train of 

William of Orange. 
459. St. Matthew, ch. 3, v. 15.* 
463, Marie. 
475. A Child. 
633. A Lady — Cabinet. 

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CASILEAR, John William (1811-1893) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 833-1 851; Member, 1852- 
1893. 

1833 Address: Not given. 

156. An Engraving. 

159. Frame with Engravings. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

169. Specimens of Bank Note Engraving. 

1836 Address: 6 John Street. 

127. Landscape Composition, Morning. /. R. Burton. 
134. Landscape Composition, Sunset. A. B. Durand. 

1837 Address: 82 Duane Street. 

171. Landscape. For sale. 

172. Landscape. For sale. 
1839 Address: 358 Grand Street. 

248. Landscape. /. W. Casilear. 
1847 Address: 22 Bleecker Street. 

157. Tivoli. 

1 851 Address: loi Eleventh Street. 
167. Composition. W. C. Smillie. 
175. Composition. W. C. Smillie. 
332. Landscape. John Durand. 
338. Landscape. John Durand. 

1852 Address: Not given. 

210. Landscape Composition. A. B. Durand. 

1853 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 103 
Eleventh Street. 

145. Landscape. 

346. Landscape. /. W. Kensett. 

1854 Address: Broadway and Fourth Street. 
306. Landscape. 

1855 Address: Corner Broadway and Fourth Street. 
13. Early Autumn. W. H. Osborn. 

92. A Showery Day. For sale. 

146. The Roadside. Alfred Jones. 

1856 Address: (Waverly House), 697 Broadway. 
165. Composition, Sunset. Charles Toppan. 

1857 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: Waverly House, 697 Broadway. 

91. Roger's Slide, L[ake] George. Chas. Toppan. 
115. View on Lake George. 

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CASILEAR, John William {continued) 

1857 {continued) 

155. Moonlight. Dr. Peters. 
248. Homeward Bound. 

471. A Sketch. 

472. A Sketch. 

1858 Address: Now in Europe. 

549. Lake George. M. Knocdlcr. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

422. Scene in the Forest of Fontainbleu [sic\. 
616. Landscape, Composition. 
623. Composition, Scenery in Switzerland. 

100. A Shady Nook, Engraving by J. Smillie, after Casilear. 
Exhibited by the Engraver. 

i860 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

220. June. Caldwell. 

402. Alpine Lake. Edward Slossen. 

CASTLE, Arthur S. (active i860) 
i860 Address: 246 Fourth Street. 

301. A Squally Day on the Coast. For sale. 

CATHERWOOD, Frederick (died 1854) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 838-1 854. Address: 1846, 
New York; 1 847-1 854, Demerara. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

10. Mount Etna from the Ruins of Tauramina. 

1843 Address: 86 Prince Street. 

285. A View in the Interior of the Mosque of Omar at Jeru- 
salem.* 

1845 Address: 86 Prince Street. 

257. Palace of Palenque, in the State of Chiapas. 

258. Ancient Arched Gateway in Yucatan. 

259. Uxmal in Yucatan. 

261. Well of Bolonchen, in Yucatan. 

263. Building in Uxmal, Yucatan, Erected by the Indians. 

267. Casa de los Morjas Uxmal, in Yucatan. 

278. Ancient Pyramidal Structure, at Copan, in Central America. 

282. Ancient Buildings at Palenque, in the State of Chiapas. 

286. Thebes in Egypt, Sunset. 

287. Fragment of an Ancient Building in Yucatan. 

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CATHERWOOD, Frederick {continued) 
1845 {continued) 

297. Island of Philae — First Cataract of the Nile — Moonlight. 

328, Elevation of a Fountain About to Be Erected in Gramerci 
\sic\ Park — Height Thirty-Four Feet. 

329. Prospective of a Design for a Gothic Building. 
333. Elevation of a Design for a Gothic Building. 

Note: Nos. 333 and 334 are given to this artist in the index 
but the entry, running into two lines in the catalogue, has 
both of these numbers attached. It is not clear whether this 
is just an error in numbering or whether there were two 
pictures exhibited, one for each of these numbers, 
130. Sketch by Henry Hillyard, exhibited by him, of a Design 
for a Statute of Washington for the City of New York, 
for which the Pedestal of Granite was Designed by F. 
Catherwood. 

CATLIN, George (1796-1872) 

Member of the Academy, 1826- 1827. 

CATTERMOLE, (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Not given. 
307. The Miser. For sale. 

CHAMPNEY, Benjamin (1817-1907) 

1850 Address: Not given. 

177. View near Keene. For sale. 

179. Valley of the Asshuclot, New Hampshire. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: Boston. 

60. Mt. Washington from the Meadows in North Conway, N. H. 

For sale. 
415. The Valley of the Saco, near Frysburg [sic], Maine, Effect 
of a Coming Storm. For sale. 

1856 Address: Boston, Mass. 
97. Landscape. 

1857 Address: Boston, Mass. 

165. Conway Meadows. J as. A. Suydam. 

1858 Address: Boston, Mass. 

92. Shady Nook, N. Conway. James A. Suydam. 
461. The White Mountains, from North Conway. For sale. 

1859 Address: Boston, Mass. 

205. Mt. Washington from Gould's Pond. ]as. H. Stebbins. 

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CHAPIN, Benjamin M. (active 1857-1859) 

1857 Address: 10 King Street. 
343. A Gentleman. A. Swasey. 
348. A Boy. The Artist. 

1858 Address: i>^:i. West 15th Street. 
242. A Lady. 

1859 Address: Not given. 
37. Rev. Dr. Potts. 
93. A Boy. 

Note: The artist's middle initial is listed as "F." instead of M, 
for the year 1859. 

CHAPIN, Rev. Edwin Hubbell, D.D. (1814-1880) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 855-1 860. Address: New York. 

CHAPIN, William (i 802-1 888) 
1826 Address: Not given. 

155 to 162. Engravings of Various Machines, Invented by Rd. 

Wilcox, Drawn by him, and Engraved by W. 

Chapin. 

170 to 179. Engravings of Various Machines Invented by Rd. 

Wilcox, Drawn by him, and Engraved by W. Chapin. 

CHAPMAN, F. A. (active 1859-1860) 

1859 Address: 147 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 

631. Landscape — Composition. For sale. 

637. Landscape. For sale. 
i860 Address: 147 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 

351. Landscape — Composition. For sale. 

CHAPMAN, John Gadsby (i 808-1 889) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 832-1 836; Member of the 
Academy, 1 837-1 889. 
1833 Address: Alexandria, D. C. 

112. Sancho and Don Quixote First Meeting with the Dutchess 
[sic^. For sale. 
1835 Address: Alexandria, D. C. and 62 White Street. 

8. The Bedchamber of Washington, in Which he Died, with 
the Furniture, as it Was at the Time, Drawn on the Spot 
by Permission of Mrs. John Washington. 
63. View of Yorktown, Virginia. 
71. Tomb of Washington. 

156. View from the Site of the Old Mansion of the Washington 
Family. 

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CHAPMAN, John Gadsby {continued) 

1835 {continued) 

157. View of the Birth-place of Washington. 

171. Portrait of Dr. Francis. Dr. Doane. 

172. The Backwoodsman, Portrait of Col. David Crockett. 
197. Portrait of a Child. /. Gadsby. 

199. Residence of Washington's Mother at Fredericksburg, Vir- 
ginia. 
204. Portrait Sketch of a Lady of Virginia. 

211. Portrait of James Madison, Ex-President of the United 
States. 

212. Distant View of Mount Vernon. 

1836 Address: 62 White Street and Alexandria, D. C. 

10, Wood Engravings by W. D. Redfield, of Daniel Boon, &c., 
after Chapman's Design. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

11. Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme, from Design by Chap- 
man. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

46. Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme, of Washington and his 
Birth-place, from a Design of Chapman. Exhibited by the 
Engraver. 

47. Engraving by J. Smillie, of Yorktown, Va., from a Design 
by Chapman. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

57. Engraving by J. Smillie, Bay and Harbour of New York, 
from Design by Chapman. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

62. Bay and Harbour of New York, from Bedlow's Island. 
/. Disturnell. 

72. View on the Hudson — the Chapel of Our Lady, at Cold 
Spring. W. Kemble. 

73. Puck in the Dairy. A. Dic\.* 

80. The Robbery, from "A Year in Spain." Messrs. Harper's,* 
82. The Inn at Imposta, from "A Year in Spain." Messrs. 

Harper's.* 
93. Coronation of Powhatan. H. Gilliat.* 
99. Ruins of the New- York Exchange, after the Fire. P. G. 

Stuyvesant. 
100. The Warning of Pocahontas. H. Gilliat.* 
117. Scene from Knickerbocker. G. P. Morris. 
158. Sorrento, (the birth-place of Tasso,) on the Bay of Naples, 

with a Distant View of Vesuvius, Pompeii, &c. 
177. The Lake of the Dismal Swamp, in Virginia. Ban- 
croft. 
190. Portrait of a Lady. 

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CHAPMAN, John Oadsby {continued) 

1836 {continued) 

224. View in the Highhmds, Looking up the River, from Giez, 
the Seat of H. C. De Rahm, Esq. H. C. Dc Rahm. 

226. Triumph of Stoflel BrinckerhofT, on his Return from his 
Conquests in the East. 

227. Portrait of a Lady. 

232. View on the Highlands, Looking down the River, from 
Giez, the Seat of H. C. De Rahm. H. C. Dc Rahm. 

1837 Address: 62 White Street. 
52. The First Ship. For sale. 
64. Christ Walking on the Sea. 



Falls of the Indian Brook Opposite West Point. 



79. The Fisher Boy. W. Kemble. 

83. Christ Healing Bartimeus. For sale. 

87. Portrait of a Child. 
193. Portraits of Children. 
199. Manhattanville. Philip Hone. 
266. Flight of Sergeant Champ (See Lee's Memoirs). /. Glover. 

294. Blast Furnace at the West Point Foundry. 

295. Sunset, Composition. 

219. Engraving by R. Henshelwood, from "the First Ship" by 
J. G. Chapman. Exhibited by the Engraver. 
1838 Address: 62 White Street. 

73. Scene Among the Ruins of Adrian's Villa, near Tivoli. For 
sale. 
161. Portrait of a Child. Dr. A. S. Doane. 
191. The Young Fisherman. 
206. Friar Puck, a Portrait. 

236. Portrait of a Youth in the Time of James ist. /. K. Paulding. 
240. Spring and Winter. For sale. 

293. View of the Cascade of the Anio, the Convent of San Bene- 
detto in the Distance. For sale. 
158. Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme, Friar Puck, after Chap- 
man. Exhibited by the Engraver. 
1840 Address: Washington, D. C. 

105. Child. 
1842 Address: Not given. 

77. Going to the Spring. Hon. A. Ward. 
332. The Letter, from the Sketch Book of an Amateur. Charles 
Lanman. 

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CHAPMAN, John Gadsby {continued) 

1843 Address: 62 White Street. 

90. Queen Elizabeth and the Countess of Nottingham. Dr. A. 

S. Doane* 
161. The Sisters. Thomas Doughty. 

172. The Retreat to Fort Necessity, June 1754. For sale.* 
194. Portrait of a Boy. 
201. Portrait of a Lady. 
205. Country School Girl. For sale. 
252. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
279. The Light of the Lighthouse, from a Poem, by Epes Sargent, 

Esq. W. Kemble. 
317. Portrait of a Lady. 

1844 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 62 White Street. 

116. Peasant Girl of Albano. 

189. Hebrew Women Borrowing the Jewels of the Egyptians. 

/. Sturges.* 
204. Portrait of a Boy in Indian Costume. Thomas Slidell. 
213. "On the Fence." Town or Country? For sale. 
224. Portrait of a Child. /. S. Redfield. 
263. Portrait of Dr. Alexander Anderson, the Earliest Engraver 

on Wood in the United States. A^^. Academy of Design. 
266. A Lazy Fisherman. For sale. 
332. The Brush-wood Gatherer, A Sketch. For sale. 
341. Sketch from Nature. 

1845 Member of the Council; Recording Secretary; Member of the 
Committee of Arrangements. Address: 62 White Street. 

191. Portrait of a Boy. /. Slidell. 

211. "Rachel Envied her Sister." Genesis xxx.3. A. M. Cozzens. 

1846 Member of the Council; Corresponding Secretary; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 62 White Street. 

121. Rustic Gallantry. A. M. Cozzens. 

148. Rebekah and Abraham's Servant. The Artist.* 

330. Cottage in the Highlands, Study from Nature. 

331. Road Scene in the Highlands, Study from Nature. 

1847 Corresponding Secretary; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 62 White Street. 

46. The Sentinel. The Artist. 
129. Head of an old Roman. The Artist. 
232. Children, on the Seashore. The Artist. 
287. Greenwood Lake, Orange Co., Sunrise. The Artist. 
325. Landscape, Study from Nature. 

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CHAPMAN, John Gadsby {continued) 

1848 Corresponding Secretary; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Not given. 
163. "The Dominican Torquemada Interrupting the Negotiation 
between Ferdinand and Isabella and the Jewish Deputy." 
C. M. Leupp* 

1850 Address: Florence, Italy. 
364. Moonlight. For sale. 

1852 Address: Rome. 

414. Three Hundred Years Ago. 

1855 Address: Now in Rome. 

177. Italian Fountain. /. H. Gourlie. 
277. Etruscan Girl. /. Sturges. 

1857 Address: Rome. 

43. Peasants. James S. Wads worth. 
103. Peasants. ]as. S. Wadstvorth. 
359. Head of a Donkey. 

1858 Address: Rome. 

loi. Shepherds. A^. Ludlum. 

534. Italian Shepherds on the Campagna. C. Toppan. 
i860 Address: Rome, Italy. 

212. Much a-do about Nothing. Background, A view in the 

Pope's Garden, Casde Gandolfo near Rome. For sale. 
269. Twelfth Night. Background, A View in the Pope's Garden, 

Castle Gandolfa, near Rome. For sale. 
^1^2. Scene in the Pope's Garden at Castle Gandolfo. For sale. 
631. Road Scene near Palagnola. For sale. 
660. The Lake of Albano and Monte Cave. For sale. 

CHAPPEL, Alonzo (1828-1887) 

1 85 1 Address: 102 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn. 
34. The Hermit. 

i860 Address: Pacific Street, Brooklyn. 

576. The Committee of Conference with Lord Howe.* 
67. Retreat from Concord, Engraving after A. Chappel, by Jas. 

Smillie. Exhibited by the engraver. 
69. Retreat from Long Island, Engraving after A. Chappel, by 
Jas. Smillie. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

CHARMAILLE (CHARMAILLEY), J. B., or F. B. (active 1842-1852) 
Note: The artist's name is given as J. B. Charmailley in 1849, 
as Charmaille in 1851, and as F. B. Charmaille in 1852. 

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CHARMAILLE (CHARMAILLEY), J. B, or F. B. {continued) 
1849 Address: 207 Mercer Street, 

229. La Maro Piano, View Taken from the Gulph [sic^ of 

Naples. For sale. 
303. Landscape Drawing. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: 207 Mercer Street. 
220. View of Naples. For sale. 

227. New- York and its Environs, from the Heights of West 
Hoboken. 

1852 Address: Not given. 

109. West Hoboken. For sale. 

CHENEY, John (1801-1885) 

Engraver. Honorary Member, Professsional, 1 833-1 860. Ad- 
dress: 1833-1840, 1843, London; 1841-1842, 1844-1860, Boston. 

CHENEY, Seth Wells (1810-1856) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1849-1856. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

319. Portrait of a Child, Crayon Drawing. 
324. Portrait of a Child, Crayon Drawing. 

1849 Address: Boston. 

310. Portrait of a Child. Ogden Haggerty. 

CHERELLE, Leger (1816- after 1854) 
1854 Address: Paris. 
194. Pastel Drawing. 
200. Pastel Drawing. 

CHIZZOLA, G. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 287 Broadway. 

280. Arabesque Ornament, Frieze in Chiaro Scuro. 

CHOPMANN (COPMANN), Pierce (active 1834-1848) 
1834 Address: Not given. 

7. Portrait of a Boy, in Crayon and Wax. 
62. Portrait of L. Da Ponte, Esq. 
121. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
162. Portrait of a Gentleman, 

CHOUQUET, Gustave (active 1847) 
1847 Address: 87 Amity Street. 
324. Sketch, from Nature. 

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CHRISTIE, Alexander E. (active 1850) 
1850 Address: Not given. 

192. Napoleon at Isola Bella. C. M. Leu pp. 

CHURCH, Frederick Edwin (i 826-1900) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1849; Member, 1850-1900. 

1845 Address: Catskill. 

321. Twilight among the Mountains. 
344. Hudson Scenery. 

1846 Address: Hartford, Conn. 

114. Hooker and Company Journeying through the Wilderness 

from Plymouth to Hartford, in 1636. The Artist. 
145. Winter Evening. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Hartford, Connecticut. 

84. Christian on the Borders of the "Valley of the Shadow of 
Death," Pilgrim's Progress. The Artist. 
173. July Sunset. Adrian Janes. 

1848 Address: Art Union Building. 

77. The River of the Water of Life. For sale.* 
290. View near Stockbridge, Mass. C. W. Field. 

1849 Address: 4977 Broadway. 

38. A Mountain Tempest. For sale.* 
82. The Plague of Darkness. For sale.* 
131. West Rock, New Haven. C. W. Field. 

1850 Address: Art Union Building. 
42. Ira Mountain, Vt. For sale. 

64. Autumn, a Sketch. Mrs. H. C. Shumtvay. 

97. Clarendon, Vt. 
323. A Wet Day. 
349. Twilight, "Short Arbiter Twixt Day and Night." For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: Art Union Building. 
I. The Deluge.* 

166. An Old Boat. 

371. Beacon, off Mount Desert Island. 

383. Lake Scene in Mount Desert. 

1852 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: Art Union Building. 

145. The Wreck. /. F. Stone. 

456. Home by the Lake. Henry Dwight, Jr. 

1853 Address: 497 Broadway. 

81. Mount Ktaadn [sie]. M. 0. Roberts. 
105. The Natural Bridge, Va. Cyrus W. Field. 
359. Grand Manan Island, Bay of Fundy. Wm. Kemble. 
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CHURCH, Frederick Edwin {continued) 

1853 {continued) 

424. Valley of the Madawasca. Joseph F. Stone, 

1854 Address: 497 Broadway. 
64. A Country Home. 

124. A New England Lake. 

1855 Address: 497 Broadway. 

49. The Cordilleras: Sunrise. Jonathan Sturges. 
6^. Tamaca Palms. A. M. Cozzens. 

74. Tequendama Falls, near Bogota, New Grenada. Cyrus W. 
Field. 
131. La Magdalena. Suydam. 

1856 Address: 497 Broadway. 

137. A Tropical Morning. G. T. Olyphant. 

1857 Address: 497 Broadway. 

23. The Andes of Equador. W. H. O shorn. 
143. Autumn. /. Church. 

522. View on the Magdalena River. Chas. Congdon. 
1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 
384. Twilight, a Sketch. 

CICOGNARA, Count Leopold (active 1 833-1 835) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1833-1835. Address: Venice. 

CINIER, Ponthius (active 1859) 

1859 Address: Lyons, [France]. 

199. Wheat Harvest in France. For sale. 

CLARK, Alvan (i 804-1 887) 

1829 Address: 100 John Street. 

151. Frame Containing Four Miniature Portraits of Gentlemen. 

1830 Address: 100 John Street. 

88. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

89. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 
91. Miniature Portrait of a Gendeman. 
98. Frame with Four Miniature Portraits. 

1831 Address: 100 John Street. 

72. Miniature of a Gendeman. John Anthon. 

73. Miniature of a Child. 
78. Miniature of a Boy. 

80. Frame with Four Miniatures. 
1838 Address: Not given. 

143. Miniature of Chester Harding, Esq. 
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CLARKE (CLARK), Robert A. (active 1845-1849) 

1845 Address: 161 Fulton Street, 
6^. Portrait of Fashion. 

1846 Address: Lafarge Buildings. 

36. The Fisherman's Requiem. The Artist. 
302. Head of a Dog. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Granite Buildings. 
165. Head of a Dog. L. Purdy. 

314. Hunters Returning. E. N. Per/{ins. 

1849 Address: 607 Broadway. 
234. Snap. 

289. A King Charles Dog. /. H. Caffeny. 

CLEVELAND, James Arthur (18 11- after 1859) 

1846 Address: Not given. 

314. Landscape, Composition, Sketch in Pencil. 

1847 Address: Thirteenth Street, corner Sixth Avenue. 
294. Gale in the Gulf Stream. W. B. Allen. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

103. Scene in South America. W. Parl^er. 

298. View on the Old Road from Salem to Boston. For sale. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

291. Landscape Composition, Schoharie Co., N. Y. 
1854 Address: Tarrytown. 

362. Steamship Augusta in a Squall off Hatteras. Samuel 
Mitchell. 

1857 Address: Tarrytown, N. Y. 

238. The Wreck of the Julia Ann, Oct. 5th, 1855. Capt. B. F. 
Pond. 

1858 Address: 75 V^ West 13th Street. 
324. Sunnyside. G. D. Morgan. 

CLONNEY, James Goodwyn (181 2-1867) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 835-1 867. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

129. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 

130. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 
167. Miniature of a Lady. 

1835 Address: Not given. 
I. Landscape. 

117. Miniature of a Gentleman. 
124. Miniature Portrait. 
205. Landscape. 

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CLONNEY, James Goodwyn {continued) 
1836 Address: Not given. 

97. Fancy Portraits. 
1839 Address: 28 Wall Street. 

255. Family Group. Portraits. ]as. G. Clonney. 

1841 Address: Peekskill. 
46. Fourth of July. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

140. Jonathan's Introduction into Good Society. 

1843 Address: 51 Dey Street. 

6. The Story. 

66. Scene in a Barn. 

1844 Address: New Rochelle. 

7. The Nevi' Year's Call. For sale. 
160. The Political Argument. For sale. 

1845 Address: New Rochelle. 
273. The Sleigh Ride. 

1847 Address: New Rochelle. 

166. The Happy Moment. G. W. Austen. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

218. The Grandfather's Visit. For sale. 
357. Good and Bad Luck. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 
409. Waking up. For sale. 

1852 Address: New Rochelle. 

43. The Good Breakfast. For sale. 

CLOUGH, George L. (1824-1901) 

1848 Address: Auburn, Cayuga Co, 
93. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

231. Portrait of a Boy, 
1850 Address: Cayuga, N. Y. 

122. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1859 Address: Not given. 

191. Clove Scene. C. E. Barber. 

233. A Head. C. E. Barber. 

CLOVER, Lewis P, (1819-1896) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1841-1896. 
1838 Address: Not given. 
239. Sketch from Nature. 
300. View near Bergen Hill and Newark Rail Road, 

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CLOVER, Lewis P. {coniifiucd) 

1839 Address: Walker Street. 

204. The Rejected Picture. T. W. C. Moore. 
294. The Idle Man. Dr. De Kay. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

250. The Phrenologist. /. M'Intyre. 

1 84 1 Address: Walker Street. 

141. Cabinet Picture. General Cummings.* 
172. Portrait of a Child. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

15. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
48. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
71. Portrait of the late McDonald Clarke.* 

1843 Address: 502 Broome Street. 
41. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

141. Full Length Portrait of a Child. 

177. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

238. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

244. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

343. Portrait of Rev. Mr. Andrews. 

347. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1845 Address: Baltimore. 

3. The Discovery. B. C. Ward. 

COATES, (active 1841) 

1841 Address: Not given. 

76, Landscape View^ on the Hudson. G. W. Jenkins. 

COBB, Mrs. C. S. (active 1855) 
1855 Address: East New York. 

213. East Canada Creek, from the Head of the Falls. M. Lefferts. 

COCKBURN, Col. J. (active 1836) 
1836 Address: Not given. 

45. Lake of Sarnen, Switzerland. Oliver Kane. 

CODMAN, Charles (i 800-1 842) 
1832 Address: Pordand. 

33. Lake Sebago. For sale. 

1838 Address: Pordand. 

30. View of Diamond Cove, Portland Harbor, Me. 

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COE, Benjamin H. (active 1 846-1 860) 
1846 Address: 507 Broadway. 

311. Pencil Sketch from Nature. 

316. Study of an Oak, Drawing in Pencil. 

1848 Address: Not given. 
254. Landscape. 

1849 Address: 9 Carroll Place. 
341. Pencil Drawing. 

1853 Address: N. Y. University. 

9. Landscape. 
i860 Address: N. Y, University. 
103. Beech Trees — Water Colors. 

COFFEE, J. (active 1833) 
1833 Address: Not given. 
215. Pigs. 

COFFEE, Thomas (active 1830-1869) 

1 84 1 Address: Canal Street. 

329. Bust of a Lady. 

330. Bust of a Child, 
332. Bust of a Gentleman. 

1842 Address: 55 Canal Street. 
266. Bust of Osceola. 

302. Bust of a Lady. 
357. Bust of a Child. 

COGDELL, John S. (i 778-1 847) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 827-1 847. 

1827 Address: Charleston, South Carolina. 

I. Bust of Dr. Holbrook of Charleston, South Carolina. 

1828 Address: Charleston, South Carolina. 
60. Still Life. For sale. 

68. Still Life— Cat and Fish. 

69. Still Life — Oysters and Prawns. 
178. Bust of Major-Gen. W. Moultrie. 

1829 Address: Charleston, South Carolina. 
185. Female Bust, Dr. McNevin. 

COGETTI, Signor (active 1850) 

1850 Address: Rome, Italy. 

12. Hagar and Ishmael. Mrs. Willard. 

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COGSWELL, William F. (1819-1903) 

1848 Address: 209 Bowery. 

75. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1849 Address: 209 Bowery. 

181, Group of Children. The Artist. 

208. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. Ward. 

1850 Address: 209 Bowery. 

157. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1855 Address: 609 Broadway. 
107. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
156. Portrait of a Child. 

1856 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 

182. "Willie." 

209. "Louise." 

1857 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 
409. A Lady. 

i860 Address: St. Louis, Mo. 

513. Head of Janie. The Artist. 
543. C. Winner. 

COHEN, Mendes Isaac 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1832-1850; 1858-1860. Address: 

1832-1850, 1858-1860, New York. 

Note: Listed as "deceased" for the years 1851-1857. 

COIGNET, T. (active 1849) 
1849 Address: Paris. 

241. Landscape. Henry }. Brent. 

COIT, Daniel Wadsworth (active 1832- after 1841) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 832-1 860. Address: New York. 
1841 Address: New York. 

287. Drawings from the Sketchbook of an Amateur. Daniel Coit. 

GOLDEN, David Cadwallader (1797-1850) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 840-1 850. Address: New York. 

COLE, Joseph Greenleaf (1796-1858) 
1837 Address: Boston. 

32. Portrait of Lieut. R. Mudge, U. S. Artillery, Who Fell with 
Major Dade in Action with the Indians. B. W. Mudge. 
1839 Address: Not given. 
53. Portrait of a Lady. 

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COLE, Joseph Greenleaf {continued) 

1847 Address: Boston. 

229. Portrait of a Lady. E. Vinton. By Cole. 

COLE, Miss Sarah (active 1 848-1 852) 

1848 Address: Not given. 
325. Landscape. 

1850 Address: Catskill, 
241. Landscape. 

1851 Address: Not given. 
152. Landscape. 

1852 Address: Catskill. 

323. Landscape. For sale. 

COLE, Thomas (1801-1848) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 848. 

1826 Address: Greenwich Street. 

22. Landscape — View on the Scoharie River. 
33. Landscape — Snow Squall. 
86. Landscape. 

1827 Address: 2 Green Street. 

II. Landscape, Scene from "The Last of the Mohicans." For 

sale.* 
16. Landscape, Composition, St. John in the Wilderness. 
35. Landsape, View near the Village of Catskill. 
68. Landscape. 
81. Landscape, 
86. Landscape, the Clove, Catskill. 

1828 Address: 2 Green Street. 

2. View in the White Mountains. D. Wadstvorth. 
2^. Garden of Eden, a Composition. For sale.* 
31. Scene from "The Last of the Mohicans," Cora Kneeling at 

the Feet of Tamenund. D. Wadstvorth. 
48. View of Carroway Peak, New Hampshire. /. A. Hillhouse. 
65. View of the Round-top in the Catskill Mountains. Henry 
Ward. 
103. View of the Catskill Mountains. Henry Ward. 
107. View from the Summit of Mount Washington. 
115. Expulsion from the Garden of Eden. For sale.* 

1829 Address: 2 Green Street. 

13. View near Catskill. Hon. S. Van Rensselear. 
37. View of Monte Video, the Seat of Daniel Wadsworth, Esq. 
Dan. Wadsworth. 

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COLE, Thomas {cuutiniicd) 

1829 {continued) 

54. View on Lake Winnepisseogee. Dan. Wads worth. 

58. Ohio Scenery. Parl^er &■ Clover. 

60. The Subsiding of the Waters of the Deluge. For sale. 

68. Sunrise. H. Inman. 

81. Landscape. T. S. Ctimmings. 

1830 Address: England. 

29. View of Lake Windemere, England. E. H. Hart. 

1 83 1 Address: London. 

7. Subsiding of the Deluge. Doctor Hosacf{. 
10. The Last of the Mohicans. Doctor Hosac}{. 
43. Landscape. Messrs. Parser & Clover. 

50. Garden of Eden. Charles Willies. 

127. View of Lake Windemere, England. E. Hart. 

1832 Address: Not given. 

10. Landscape (Composition). For sale. 

77. Landscape. For sale. 

1833 Address: i Wall Street. 

18. A View of the Cascatelli of Tivoli, with the Campagna di 

Roma in the Distance. H. Hoyt. 
49. A Tornado in the Wilderness. 

51. A View near Tivoli (Morning). 

76. Landscape Composition, Italian Scenery. R. L. Lord. 

97. The Fountain of Egeria. H. W . Field.* 
loi. Manfred. For sale.* 

104. Christ and the Woman of Samaria. For sale.* 
117. Head of a Roman called Christo, from Nature, 
122. Head of a Roman Woman, from Nature. 
141. View of the Temples of Paestum. Miss H. Douglass. 
209. Bandit of Itry. 

Note: This picture was engraved by S. H. Gimber (q.v.). 

1834 Address: Not given. 

27. View of the Protestant Burying Ground, Rome. For sale. 

28. Head of a Deer. For sale. 
36. Sunset, View on the Catskill. 
41. Titan's Goblet. /. /. Mapes. 

78. Landscape.* 

88. Italian Scene. Composition. 
91. Dead Abel. For sale. 

1835 Member of the Council. Address: Not given. 
24. Landscape, Sleepy Hollow.* 

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COLE, Thomas {continued) 

1835 {continued) 

25. Summer Twilight, a Recollection of a Scene in New- 
England. 

37. Autumn Twilight, View of Corway [sic] Peak, New Hamp- 
shire. 

82. View of the Catskill, engraving from Cole, by J. Smillie. 
Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1836 Member of the Council. Address: Catskill. 

149. View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, 
after a Thunder Storm. Fo7- sale. 

1837 Member of the Council, Address: Catskill. 
39. View of Florence. For sale. 

44. View on the Catskill, Early Autumn. /. Sturges. 
119. Landscape. 

1838 Member of the Council. Address: Catskill. 

20. View of Schroon Mountain, Essex Co., New-York, after a 

Storm. For sale. 
33. Dream of Arcadia. For sale. 

64. The Departure. W. P. Van Rensselaer. 

65. The Return, Scenes Illustrative of Feudal Manners and 
Times. W. P. Van Rensselaer. 

200. Sylvan Lake, Catskill Mountains, Twilight. Ogden Hag- 
gerty. 

1840 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Not 
given. 

49. A View of the Mountain Pass called the Notch of the 

White Mountains. Rufus L. Lord. 
93. The Architect's Dream. Ithiel Town. 

1841 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Cats- 
kill. 

no. The Vesper Hymn; an Italian Twilight. 
124. Landscape. For sale. 
128. Landscape. For sale. 

189. View of the Falls of Nunda, near Portage on the Genes- 
see River. For sale. 

1842 Address: Not given. 
55. Landscape. For sale. 

254. Scene on the Mediterranean after a Shower. Rev. Dr. Potts. 

1843 Address: Catskill. 

54. View of Mount Etna. 
117. Landscape, Winter. 

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COLE, Thomas {continued) 

1843 {continued) 

164. Agrigentum, in Sicily. 

196. Landscape — the Fountain of Vaucluse. 

208. Landscape — Kennelworth [sic'\ Castle. 

216. Landscape View in the Simmenthal, Switzerland. 

1844 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Bank 
Street. 

221. Landscape. A. M. Cozzens. 

1845 Address: 115 Bank Street. 

49. A View of the two Lakes and Mountain House, Catskill 

Mountains, Morning. H. S. Mulligan. 
88. View across Frenchman's Bay, from Mount Desert Island, 

Maine, after a Squall. The Artist. 
97. Elijah at the Entrance of the Cave. The Artist.* 

178. The Mill, Sunset. H. S. Mulligan. 

1846 Address: Catskill. 

23. A Pic Nic Party. James Brotvn. 
164. The Cross in the Wilderness. G. W. Austen. 
174. Italian Sunset. Charles Parser. 
180. View of Lago de Nemi, near Rome. Charles Par\er. 

1847 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Cats- 
kill. 

133. Kenilworth Castle. Chas. M. Leupp. 

179. The Mountain Ford. Chas. M. Leupp. 

1848 

66. Prometheus Chained, Unfinished Sketch by the late Thomas 
Cole, N.A. 

COLEMAN, Charles (died 1874) 
1857 Address: Rome. 

51. Landscape and Buffaloes. /. S. Wadsworth. 

COLEMAN. See Colman, Samuel, Jr. 

COLLINS, William, R. A. (1788-1847) 
1853 Address: London. 

200. Folkstone Sands. For sale. 

COLMAN, Isabel (active i860) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

17. Flowers, Pencil Drawing. 

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COLMAN, Miss Marian (active i860) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

127. Flowers (Pencil Drawling). Mrs. Howard. 

COLMAN (COLEMAN), Samuel, Jr. (1832-1920) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1855-1860; Member, 1862- 
1920. 

1 85 1 Address: 8 Varick Place. 
103. Morning. 

1852 Address: 2 Amity Street. 
236. Landscape, Early Autumn. 

440. Landscape, from Goldsmith's Poem of "The Deserted Vil- 
lage." * 

1853 Address: 374 Broadway. 
61. Twilight. For sale. 

173. Franconia Mountams, New Hampshire. For sale. 
315. Composition. 

1854 Address: 806 Broadway. 

75. Summer on the River Saco. For sale. 
311. Twilight. Mr. Morse. 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. 
23. Study from Nature. 

116. The Evening Walk. 

1856 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 
2. Blossoming — Grass-time.* 

93. Afternoon on the Bay-Shore. For sale. 
184. Midsummer. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 

1857 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 

217. Midsummer under the Crescent Moon. Rev. E. L. Magoon. 
516. July Morning. H. W. Beecher. 
546. August Afternoon. R. Goodnian. 

1858 Address: Montague Place, Brooklyn. 
122. Conway Elms. 

428. The Robin's Bath. Sam'l P. Avery. 

581. The Great Gulf in the White Mountains. 

1859 Address: 137 Montague Street, Brooklyn. 
246. A Song of Summer. 

253. Twilight. For sale. 
1^'^. Lake George. /. T. Howard. 
277. New England Meadows. R. Brooding. 
i860 Address: 137 Montague Street, Brooklyn. 
251. The Morning Bath. R. Bi-ookjng. 

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COLYER, Vincent (1825-1888) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1850, 1852- 1888. 

1848 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 

311. Portrait of a Girl, Crayon Drawing. C. B. Spicer. 
323. Portrait of a Boy, Crayon Drawing. Dr. Gray. 
333. Crayon Study. The Artist. 
343. Group of Portraits, Crayon Drawing. 

1849 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 
261. Crayon Port [rait] of a Child. 

264. Crayon Port [rait] of a Child. 

265. Crayon Port[rait] of a Gent[leman]. 
293. Crayon Port [rait] of a Child. 

295. Crayon Port[rait] of a Gent[leman]. 

296. Crayon Port [rait] of a Gent[leman]. 
331. Fanny, Crayon Draw[i]n[g]. For sale. 
343. Crayon Port [rait] of a Lady. 

1 85 1 Address: 105 Bleecker Street, 
no. Portrait of S, R. Gifford. 

239. Portrait of a Gendeman. P. Schermerhorn. 
:i^:i. Portrait of a Gentleman. P. Schermerhorn. 
248. Portrait of a Lady. The Artist. 
260. Portrait of a Boy. Lancing C. Moore. 

1852 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 

260. Master Gerald Gray Warner. Mrs. Dr. Gray. 
301. Crayon Portrait of Judge Gray. Dr. Gray. 

303. Portrait of Dr. J. K, Rogers. Mrs. J. K. Rogers. 

304. Winter. Ogden Haggerty. 
306. Portrait of a Lady. 

1853 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 105 
Bleecker Street. 

215. Summer. 

220. Crayon Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. Jas. Sellers, Jr. 

245. Crayon Portraits of Children. A. /. Macomb. 

253. Crayon Portrait of a Gentleman. 

257. Portrait of a Boy. Geo. T. Lyman. 

1855 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 

224. Crayon Portrait of a Child. Mrs. J. F. Cropsey. 

1856 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 

211. The Late Peter Schemerhorn [sic]. Dr. Gray. 
271. Portrait of a Boy. Chas. Allen. 
273. Dr. J. F. Gray. Dr. Gray. 
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COLYER, Vincent {continued) 

1857 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 

333. Rev, Dr. Neville. Mrs. A. Wagstaff. 

337. A Child; Crayon. W. Rutherjrod [sic]. 

338. A Lady in Turban. Miss Sophia Broo/{s. 
347. "Mary," Crayon, Mrs. Ray Boynton. 

1858 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 
289, A Lady (Crayon), /, Sturges. 
305. Ideal Head in Crayon. 

i860 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 
60, A Lady. Mrs. Gibbs. 

COMEGYS, George H. (active 1 836-1845) 

1843 Address: Philadelphia. 

207, Dividing the Pie, A. M. Cozzens. 

COMSTOCK, Samuel S. (active 1 844-1 846) 

1844 Address: Not given. 

39, Portrait of a Gentleman. S. Comstoc\. 

1845 Address: 247 Broadway. 

18. The Alderman. C. Ridaboc\. 

35, Portrait of a Gentleman. /, R. Keator. 

94. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

166. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

CONGDON, [Henry M.]. See CONGDON and LITTELL 

CONGDON and LITTELL 

i860 Address: 335 Broadw^ay. 

97, Design for a Country Church, 
155. Design for St, John's Church, Boonton, N, J. 

CONNER, James L. (active 1859) 

1858 Address: 87 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn. 
218, View in N, Hampshire, For sale. 

COOK, See also COOKE, 

COOK, Nelson (active 1840-1859) 
1 841 Address: Saratoga Springs. 

212, Portrait of Chancellor Walworth, 
1843 Address: Saratoga Springs, 

65. Portrait of a Lady, Mrs. R. V . Morris. 

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COOK, Nelson {continued) 

1844 Address: Saratoga Springs. 

109. Portrait of Hon. Henry Walton. 
336. Portrait of Ransom Cook, Esq. 

1852 Address: Rochester, N. Y. 

363. Portrait of Alex. Mann, Edit[o]r of the Rochester American. 

1856 Address: Rochester, N. Y. 

196. Portrait of a Gentleman. Edward Wamsley. 

1857 Address: Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
146. A Gentleman. Dr. Freeman. 
435. A Gentleman. Ransom Cool^. 

1858 Address: Saratoga Springs. 

216. Ernestine L. Rose. E. L. Coo\. 
:iiy. William E. Rose. W. E. Rose. 
528. A Boy. Mrs. D. Shepherd. 

1859 Address: Saratoga Springs. 

589. A Gentleman. Dr. W. S. Alger. 

COOKE (COOK), Edward William (1811-1880) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1859-1860. Address: 
London. 

COOKE, George (1793-1848) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1833-1838. 

1833 Address: 340 Broadway. 
56. Group of Children. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

35. The Three Marys at the Sepulchre. For sale.* 

43. Hellgate, from Ward's Island, Looking towards New York. 

For sale. 
56. Portraits of a Lady and her two Children. 
73. West Point, from below Fort Putnam. For sale. 
94. Portrait of a Lady, in a Spanish Dress. 

COOPER, Cornelius V. (active 1813-1839) 
1839 Address: Walker Street. 

167. Full Length Por[trai]t of a Gent[leman] in a Boat Club 
Costume. 

COOPER, James Fen(n)imore (1789-1851) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1832-1851. Address: 1833-1835, 
New York; 1836-1851, Cooperstown, New York. 

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COOPER, Thomas Sidney (i 803-1902) 
1 84 1 Address: London, 

314. Canal at Malines. D. W. Coit. 

320. Maison du barque Bruxelles. D. W. Coit. 

Note: No. 256 is indexed as the work of T. S. Cooper and 
catalogued as by "An Amateur." 
1846 Address: London. 

266. Catde. D. C. Colden. 
1 85 1 Address: London. 
302. Cattle Piece. 

COPESTICK, Alfred (active 1859) 
1859 Address: Not given. 

227. The Abandoned Ship, Coast of Cuba. 
232. On the Coast. Dr. Morehead. 
550. Coast Scene, Afternoon. S. M. Wood. 
676. Headw^aters of the Juniata. N. Orr. 

COPLEY, F. S. (active 1855-1857) 

1855 Address: Not given. 
159. Willie Hicks. 

1856 Address: Brooklyn. 
236. Silver Wedding. 

1857 Address: Brooklyn. 

22. Hempstead Harbor, from the Village of Roslyn, L. L 

COPMANN, Pierce. See CHOPMANN. 

CORNELIUS, Peter Joseph von (1783-1867) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 846-1 860. Address: 
Germany. 

CORNELL, John V. (active 1844) 
1844 Address: 146 Elm Street. 

147. Viev/ above Caldwell's Landing, on the Hudson. S. S. 
Cornell. 

CORR, M. E. (active 1833-1860) 

Engraver and Professor in the Academy at Antwerp. Honor- 
ary Member, Professional, 1833-1860. Address: Antwerp. 

CORWYN [CORWIN, Aaron H (i 802-1 830)] 
1830 Address: Not given. 

56. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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COSTELLI, Signer 

1850 Address: Rome. 

100. Cathedral at Palermo, Sicily. For sale. 

COUTURIER, Philibert Leon (1823-1901) 

1857 Address: Paris. 

223. Fowls. /. S. Wads worth. 

1858 Address: Paris. 

195. Coin de Basse Cour. For sale. 

1859 Address: Paris. 

532. In the Fields. For sale. 
687. At Home (Fowl). For sale. 

CO WELL, Joseph (active 1829) 
1829 Address: Boston. 

123. Sea View near Boston, England, Brig Ashore. Joseph Co well. 
127. Sea View, Composition. ]os. Co well. 

146. Portal to the Priory of St. Trinity, Micklegate, York, Eng- 
land. Jos. Cowell. 
170. Entrance to the George Inn, in Coney-Street, London. Jos. 
Cowell. 

COX, D. (active 1835) 

1835 Address: London. 
107. Peat Gatherers. 

COX, David (active 1855) 
1855 Address: London. 
217. View in Wales. 

COX, J. (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

305. Canal Lock near Belfast. For sale. 

COYLE, James (or John) (1798-1827) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 827. 

COZZENS, Abram M. (died 1868) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 844-1 860. Address: New York. 

CRAIG, Isaac Eugene (1830- after 1865) 
1856 Address: Philadelphia. 

107. Autumn. For sale. 
1858 Address: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

468. Saul and David. Rev. Wm. Ely. 



CRAIG, Isaac Eugene {continued) 
1859 Address: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

331. The Emigrant's Grave. For sale. 

CRANCH, Christopher Pearse (1813-1892) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 851 -i860; Member, 1864- 
1892. 

1844 Address: Not given. 
310. Landscape. 

345. The Reapers.* 

359. Landscape. For sale. 

1845 Address: 104 Leonard Street. 

30. Landscape, Sunset. The Artist. 
116. Landscape, Study from Nature. The Artist. 
201. View on the Hudson, near Cold Spring. The Artist. 
224. Cloudy Tw^ilight. The Artist. 
325. Viev^^ from the Palisades Opposite Hastings. The Artist. 

1846 Address: Florence, Italy. 

139. Landscape, a Pic Nic Party. The Artist. 
269. View on Catskill River. The Artist. 
286. A Summer Shower. The Artist. 
327. View on Rock Creek, near Georgetown. The Artist. 
1848 Address: Now in Italy. 

6. Scene near Fishkill, N. Y. 

1850 Address: 609 Broadway. 

I. View of Florence, from Ponte Rotto. James Lawrence. 
109. View of the Castle Baiae Temple of Venus, the Island of 

Capri, in the Distance. James Lawrence. 
134. Death of Abel. For sale.* 
216. An Autumnal Study. For sale. 
298. The Deserted Hut at Sunset. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: 609 Broadway. 

38. Pine Grove, a Study from Nature. For sale. 
170. Vesuvius at Moonrise. For sale. 
323. Landscape. For sale. 
373. Autumnal Sunset. Ogden Haggerty. 
389. Sunset in the Wilderness. 

1852 Address: 609 Broadway. 

99. Castle Rock, Nahant. For sale. 
III. The Indians' Retreat. For sale. 
204. View from Red Hook, on the Hudson. For sale. 
229. A Gleam of Light. For sale. 
443. Clearing-off Shower. For sale. 

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CRANCH, Chrislopher Pearse {continued) 

1853 Address: 806 Broadway. 

155. View on the Hudson. For sale. 

201. Landscape. For sale. 

320. Scene in an American Forest. For sale. 

325. A Study of Trees. 

331. October Afternoon. For sale. 

364. Italian Coast Scene. For sale. 

1854 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. 
1857 Address: Paris. 

440. Landscape. ]ohn W. Field. 
1859 Address: Now in Europe. 

290. Study in Fontainebleu [sic] Forest. For sale. 

717. The Lake of Geneva from Lausanne. For sale. 
i860 Address: Now in Europe. 

230. An Italian Moonlight, Edward Clar\. 

CRANCH, John (1807-1891) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 854-1 891. 

1838 Address: 118 Spring Street. 
18. Lady and Child. 

75. Portrait of Rev. C. C. Pise. 

81. Portrait of Rev. Orville Dewey. 
233. Scene from the Tempest, Prospero, Miranda, and Ariel. 
304. Portrait of G. Mellen, Esq. 
314. The Three Witches in Macbeth.* 

1839 Address: 16 Vesey Street. 

90. Portrait of a Little Girl (Corinna). S. Colman. 
■27,6. The Valley of the Shadow of Death. For sale.* 
258. Portrait of an Old Man. A Study from Life; Painted at 
Rome, 1833. 

1848 Address: 258 Twelfth Street. 
58. Miranda. For sale.* 

280. Portrait of an Artist. 

1849 Address: N. Y. University. 
197. Portrait of Professor Bush. 
300. The Morning Bath. For sale. 

1850 Address: N. Y. University. 
264. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 85 1 Address: N. Y. University. 

164. Dogberry and Verges with the Watch. For sale.* 
341. Infant Artist. For sale. 
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CRANCH, John {continued) 

1852 Address: N. Y. University. 

328. FalstafI Bardolph & the Hostess, a Scene from Henry 4th. 
For sale.* 

1853 Address: 806 Broadway. 

70. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. H. D. Appleton. 
149. A Roman Contadine and Child. For sale. 
204. Touchstone and Corin: from "As you like it." For sale.* 

1854 Address: 806 Broadway. 
123. Infant Bacchus. For sale. 

315. The Morning of Life. For sale. 
374. John Cranch. National Academy. 
395. Portrait of a Child. 
1858 Address: Washington, D. C. 

144. David Playing upon the Harp before Saul. For sale.* 
371. The Valley of the Shadow of Death.* 

CRAWFORD, Thomas G. (1813-1857) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 839-1 857. 
1835 Address: Not given. 
94. Bust of an Artist, 
Note: In the index of the 1835 Catalogue, the sculptor's name 
is listed as "Crawford, J." 

1843 Address: Rome. 

274. Bust of the Statue of Orpheus. T. Cole. 
281. Bride of Abydos. 

1844 Address: Rome. 

403. Genius of Mirth, Statue in Marble. H. W. Hic{s. 

404. Genius of Autumn, Statue in Marble. John Payne. 

1845 Address: New York. 

265. Immortality Teaching Love to Hope (Bas Relief, in Marble). 

Dr. Van Rensselaer. 
130. Sketch by Henry Hillyard, Exhibited by Him, of a Statue 

of Washington, for the City of New York, Designed by 

T. G. Crawford. 

CRAWLEY, J. (active 1838) 
1838 Address: Not given. 
24. Picture of Still Life. 

CREBASSOL, Prosper (active 1 850-1 852) 
1850 Address: 398 Broadway. 

317. Portrait of a Gentleman. Etierme. 

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CREBASSOL, Prosper {continued) 

1850 {continued) 

342. Portrait of a Lady. 

1851 Address: 396 Broadway. 

346. Study from Life. The Artist. 

CREIGHTON, W. (active 1 838-1 840) 
1838 Address: 179 Bleecker Street. 
163. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
175. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. A/. Burban}{. 
1840 Address: 179 Bleecker Street. 

244. Portrait of a Gendeman. P. C. Graff. 
Note: The index lists no. 152 as the work of W. Creighton. 
This apparently an error for no. 152, Portrait of a Gentleman, 

is catalogued as by Wilson. However, no. 190, "Parental 

Instruction," may be the work of Creighton, as he is giver^ as 
the owner, and the artist's name is omitted. 

CROCKER, J. Denison (1823-after 1879) 
1848 Address: Norwich, Conn. 

268. Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before. For sale. 

CROMWELL, George R. (active 1859) 
1859 Address: Not given. 
591. Plate of Peaches. 

CROPSEY, Jasper Francis (i 823-1900) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1845-1851; Member, 1852- 
1900. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

155. Landscape Composition. For sale. 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 

24. A Shower Coming Up, at Little Falls on the Passaic River. 

For sale. 
68. View in Orange County, with Greenwood Lake in the 
Distance, after a Sketch Taken Oct. 4, near Sundown. 
For sale. 
III. Evening, a Composition. For sale. 
■3)iy. View of Greenwood Lake. For sale. 
318. Falls of the Greenwood. For sale. 

1845 Address: Granite Buildings. 

16. New- York and Saugherties [sic] White Lead Works, on 
Esopus Creek, Saugerties, New- York. Jas. M'Collough. 

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CROPSEY, Jasper Francis {continued) 

1845 {continued) 

37. Landscape, a Study from Nature. The Artist. 
44. The Forest on Fire. The Artist. 

186. Twilight, View in SuUivan County. O. Haggerty.* 

233. View on Esopus Creek. The Artist. 

1846 Address: Granite Buildings. 
159. Noonday. John Towne. 

229. Lake Scene in Autumn. The Artist. 
259. Nameless River. The Artist.* 

313. View of the Black Mountains on Lake George, on a Cleai 
Morning. The Artist. 

1847 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Rome. 
58. Morning, Looking Oceanward, from Toad [sic\ Hill, 

Staten Island. O. Bowne. 
63. Afternoon, Looking Inland from Toad Hill, Staten Island. 

O. Botvne. 
163. Spring. G. W. Austen. 
347. Schatacook Mounts and Housatonic Valley, Connecticut. 

The Artist. 

1850 Address: 413 Broadway. 

27. Solitude, the Pontine Marshes, Italy. For sale. 
217. Downe Castle on the Waters of Teith, Scotland. /. M. 
Falconer. 

230. Forrie di Schiavi, Campagna di Roma. /. B. Windle. 
306. Ben Ledi, Scotland. William Douglas. 

330. Salisbury Lakes, Connecticut. O. Haggerty. 

1 85 1 Address: 413 Broadway. 
6. The Cove. For sale. 

37. Southern Italy. For sale. 
124. Eagle Cliff, New-Hampshire. 
369. The Towrn [sic], Rockland County. 

1852 Address: 114 White Street. 

48. The Spirit of War. For sale.* 
50. The Spirit of Peace. For sale.* 
70. Kenelworth [sic] Castle. D. Huntington. 
76. Ave Maria. /. M. Falconer. 
105. An October Afternoon. 

187. The Cottage Girl. Mr. Parsons. 
227. The Land of Beulah. Geo. Magrath. 

234. The River of the Water of Life. George Magrath. 
248. Torre di Molino. 

274. Glen Luss, a Study. P. R. Strong. 

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CROPSEY, Jasper Francis {coniinttcd) 

1852 {continued) 

279. Italy, a Study. P. R. Strong. 

1853 Address: 114 White Street. 
23. Niagara. 

86. View near Sherburne, Chenango Co., N. Y. N. Ludlum. 
189. Study of Trees; Sherburne. /. Burt. 
324. The Second Beach from Purgatory, Newport, Rhode Island. 

T. Bronson. 
332. Sibyl's Temple, Tivoli. P. Porter. 
353. Vermont Scenery. H. C. Westervclt. 
363. Melrose Abbey. T. Bronson. 

1854 Address: 114 White Street. 
35. The Coast of Genoa. 

138. The Greenwood Water. S. P. Avery. 
228. The Roman Campagna. T. Hick^s. 
328, The Lake Glimpse. Letvis Rutherford. 

1855 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 114 White Street. 

3. A June Morning. Mrs. Mathetvs. 
21. Mediterranean Sea Coast. /. Couper Lord. 
35, Mount Washington. L. R. Menger. 
84. A Mountain Glimpse. W. H. Mellen. 
275. Autumn. /. F. Cropsey, N.A. 

1856 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Not 

given. 
77. Evening at Paestum. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 
148. Chenango River Scenery. /. Couper Lord. 

1857 Address: London. 

79. Mount Jefferson, White Mountains. 
191. Warwick Casde, Eng[land]. Cyrus W. Field. 
452. Greenwood Lake; Sunrise. /. T. Daly. 
456. Winter Chocorua Peak, White Mountains. 
458. Summer; New-England Scenery. 
461. Spring: from the Orange Mountains. 
463. Autumn; Hudson River Scenery. 

1858 Address: London. 

386. Janetta Falls, Passaic County, New Jersey. /. M. Falconer. 
622. Greenwood Lake. L. R. Menger. 

1859 Address: London. 

213. Falls of the Kauterskill. P. R. Strong. 
389. Twilight. /. A. Suydam. 
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CROPSEY, Jasper Francis {continued^ 
1859 {continued) 

655. Sea Coast of England. Fletcher Williams. 

682. Lake George. 
i860 Address: London. 

305. Kenilworth Casde. Dr. E. Vanderpool. 

340. Italian Landscape. /. M. Falconer. 

569. Scene in the White Mountains. Dr. E. Vanderpool. 

CROUCH, (active 1835) 

1835 Address: London. 

108. Villa of Mecenas, Tivoli, from a Sketch by Crouch. D. W. 
Coit. 

109. Lake of Como, from a Sketch by Crouch. D. W. Coit. 

CROWLEY, William M. (active 1835-1848) 
1848 Address: Not given. 

94. English Emigrants, Reposing after a Day's March. For sale. 
316. Music Hath Charms to Sooth the Savage and the Gentle 
Soul. For sale. 

CROYDON, W. (active 1855) 
1855 Address: London. 

174. Stoke Church. Rev. E. L. Magoon. 

CRUIKSHANK, F. (active 1840) 
1840 Address: London. 

160. Small Half Length Portrait of Victor G. Audubon. V. G. 
Audubon. 

161. Small Half Length of a Lady. /. W. Audubon. 

162. Small Half Length of J. W. Audubon. /. W. Audubon. 

CRUIKSHANKS, T. (active 1834) 
1834 Address: Not given. 
1 01. Study from Nature. 

CULVERHOUSE, Johann Mongles (active 1851-1891) 
1852 Address: 17 North Moore Street. 

196. Nitw on the Maes, in Holland. For sale. 

217. A Market Scene in Holland by Night. For sale. 

223. A Scene in a Dutch Beer House. For sale. 

GUMMING, William (died 1852) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 827-1 852. Ad- 
dress: Dublin. 

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CUMMINGS, Thomas Augustus (i 823-1859) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 853-1 859. 
1842 Address: 50 Walker Street. 

74. Temperance — an Allegory in Still Life Objects. For sale* 

75. Intemperance — an Allegory in Still Life Objects. For sale* 
193. Rudiments of Art. For sale. 

206. Rudiments of Art. For sale. 

1844 Address: 50 Walker Street. 

140. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. W. Newcombe. 

149. The Ball. For sale. 

Note: Listed 1 844-1 853 as Thomas Cummings, Jr., evidently 
to differentiate him from his father, Thomas Seir Cummings. 

1845 Address: 50 Walker Street. 

150. A Member of the Light Guard. W. /. Hassell. 

1846 Address: 50 Walker Street. 

218. Portrait of a Gendeman. A. D. Patterson. 

1847 Address: Granite Buildings. 

67. Portrait of a Gentleman. P. /. Bertine. 
1849 Address: 108 Leonard Street. 

149. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. F. Cummings. 

1 85 1 Address: 143 Fifth Avenue. 

84. Portrait of a Gentleman. Chas. Thompson. 

1852 Address: 143 Fifth Avenue. 

19. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. F. Kemmel. 

1853 Address: 143 Fifth Avenue. 

130. Tho[ma]s A. Cummings. National Academy. 

1854 Address: 125 Fifth Avenue. 

60. Portrait of a Gentleman. O. J. Holden. 

1857 Address: 58 East 13th Street. 
226. A Gentleman. H. J. Gutman. 
507. A Gentleman. /. Dalyrimple. 

1858 Address: 58 East 31st Street. 
364. A Lady. James McLaughlin. 
514. A Gentleman. G. E. Butler. 

CUMMINGS, Thomas Seir (1804-1894) 

Member of the Academy, 1826-1894. 
1826 Address: 48 Vesey Street. 

6. Frame with Five Miniatures. 
8. Cottage Girl — Copy from Westalls Print.* 
10. Edwin — Copy from Westalls Print.* 
38. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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CUMMINGS, Thomas Seir {continued) 








1826 {continued) 








54- 


Portrait of a Child, on Paper, 








61. 


Portrait of a Gentleman, in Black Lead Pencil. 






70. 


Female on a Rock — Copy from Westalls Print.* 






80. 


Portrait of a Lady. 








90. 


Landscape, A Copy. 








91. 


Landscape, A Copy. 








103. 


"The Wilderness rang to his 


adventurous hand." 


Copy, 


107. 


Portrait of a Gendeman. 








114. 


Mother and Child.* 








1827 Treasurer; Ex officio member of 


the Council. Address: 


49 


Vesey Street. 








6^. 


Portrait of a Gendeman, 








82. 


Portrait of a Lady. 








87. 


Portrait of a Gentleman. 








108. 


Miniature of a Child, 








109. 


Miniature of a Gentleman. 









1828 Treasurer; Member of the Council. Address: 38 Reed Street. 
62. Portrait of T. Cole, Esq., N.A. (the Academician picture). 

National Academy. 
158. Frame Containing Four Miniatures. 
162. Miniature. 

1829 Treasurer; Member of the Council. Address: 38 Reed Street. 
143. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

148. Miniature Portrait of T. Cole, Esq. 

149. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

150. Miniature of a Lady. ]ohn L. Morton. 
167. Frame Containing Four Miniature Portraits. 

1830 Treasurer; Member of the Council. Address: 38 Reed Street. 
43. Eva. Designed for the Talisman of 1830. 

81. Miniature Portrait of a Gendeman. 
83. Frame with Five Miniature Portraits. 
85. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 
174. Frame Containing Three Miniature Portraits, Children. 

1 83 1 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Lecturer on Miniature 
Painting. Address: 38 Reed Street, 

81. Frame with Four Miniatures. 

85. Miniature of H. Inman, Esq. 

86. Frame, with Three Miniatures of Children in One Family. 

87. Miniature of Geo. W. Hatch, Esq. 

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CUMMINGS, Thomas Scir {continued) 

1832 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Professor of Miniature 
Painting. Address: 38 Reed Street. 

145. Miniature Portrait. P. HosacI^. 

146. Miniature Portrait. T. S. Cummings. 
156. Miniature Portrait of John Inman, Esq. 

1833 Treasurer; Professor of Miniature Painting. Member of the 
Council. Address: 38 Reed Street. 

176. Half Length Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman in a High- 
land Dress. 

1835 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Professor of Miniature 
Painting. Address: 38 Reed Street. 

120. Frame of Two Miniatures. 

121. Half Length Miniature Portrait of a Lady. /. /. Mapes. 

1836 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Professor of Miniature 
Painting. Address: 38 Reade Street. 

43. The Sisters, Three Half Length Miniature Portraits. Ed- 
win Smith. 

44. Miniature of a Lady. 

49. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. W. Peters. 

50. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. T. S. Cummings. 
55. The Bracelet, a Half Length Portrait of a Lady. 

1837 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Professor of Miniature 
Painting, Address: 38 Reade Street. 

139. Frame, with Two Miniature Portraits. 

153. Miniature Portrait of a Gendeman. G. W. Newcombe. 

1838 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Professor of Miniature 
Painting. 

1839 Treasurer; Member of the Council. Address: 38 Reade Street. 
49. Frame of Miniatures. 

1. Por[trai]t of a Gentleman. Hamilton Fish. 

2. Por't of a Gentleman. Carpender. 

3. Half Length Lady. R. Stewart. 

4. Por't M. Yates, Esq. /. /. Mapes. 

5. Por't Gentleman. 

6. Por't of a Gentleman. 

7. Half Length Lady. Miller. 

8. Half Length Gendeman. Lyman. 

9. Half Length Lady. Mrs. Johnson. 

1840 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Treasurer; Mem- 
ber of the Council. Address: 50 Walker Street. 

18. Frame of Two Miniature Portraits. 
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CUMMINGS, Thomas Seir (continued) 

1840 {continued) 

10. Engraving by A. Sealey, of Portrait of William Leggett, 
Esq., from a Miniature, Painted after Death by T. S. Cum- 
mings. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1 84 1 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Treasurer; Mem- 
ber of the Council. Address: 50 Walker Street. 

240. Miniature Portrait of Dan. E. Tylee, Esq. 

241. Miniature Portrait of L. P. Clover, Esq. L. P. Clover. 

245. Miniature Portrait of Geo. W. Jenkins. G. W. ]enf{ins. 

246. The Bijou. For sale. 

292. Miniature Portrait of Mrs. Johnson. Johnson. 

293. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

317. A Mother's Pearls, a Necklace of Miniature Portraits of the 
Children of a Family. 

1842 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Treasurer; Mem- 
ber of the Council. Address: 50 Walker Street. 

261. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 

262. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

338. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. Prof. C. Mason. 
343. FuU-Length Miniature of the Children of Homer Ramsdall, 
Esq. Thomas Powell. 

1843 Member of the Council; Treasurer; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 50 Walker Street. 

259. Two Miniature Portraits, 

371. Frame of Four Miniature Portraits of Children. O. Cam- 
mann. 

1844 Member of the Council; Treasurer; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 50 Walker Street. 

286. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1845 Member of the Council; Treasurer; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 50 Walker Street. 

249. Half Length Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

250. Half Length Miniature of a Gentleman. 

251. Half Length Miniature of a Lady. 

1846 and 1847 Member of the Council; Treasurer; Member of the 

Committee of Arrangements. 

1848 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 591 Houston Street. 
256. Portrait of a Young Lady. Wm. Gibbons. 

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CUMMINCjS, Thomas Seir {continued) 

1849 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 591 Houston Street. 

113. Portrait of a Lady. W. Whale. 
122. Portrait of a Gentleman. W . Whale. 
204. Portrait of a Lady. /. G. Davison. 
111. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. G. Davison. 

1850 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 591 Houston Street. 

105. Portrait of a Lady. T. S. Cummings. 
117. Portrait of a Lady. T. S. Cummings. 
255. Portrait of a Lady. M. Jervis. 
261. Portrait of a Gentleman. M. Jervis. 

1 85 1 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 143 Fifth Avenue. 

264. Portrait in Crayon. The Artist. 

1852-1859 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the 
Committee of Arrangements. 
i860 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. 

CURRIE, Juan (active 1851-1858) 
1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

381. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. B. H. 

CURTIS, Calvin (1822-1893) 

1843 Address: Granite Buildings. 

77. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. H. McWilliams. 
12.^. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. Jenl^ins. 
189. Fruit piece. Dr. Jenkins. 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 

152. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. E. Ruggles. 
196. Contemplation. G. A. Ba\er, Jr. 

1845. Address: Granite Buildings. 

129. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. O. Dunham. 
174. Portrait of a Gendeman. D. Oatman. 
181. Portrait of a Gendeman. G. Sellec\. 
208. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
1846 Address: 418 Broome Street. 
25. Uncle Philo. The Artist. 
33. Portrait of a Gendeman. B.ev. Dr. Potts. 
184. Portrait of a Lady. G. Pec^. 
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CURTIS, Calvin {continued) 

1847 Address: 420 Broome Street. 
14. Rev. J. P. Thompson. 

23. Portrait of a Lady. L. Locl^wood. 
205. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Sandjord. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

21. Pleasures of Retrospection. For sale. 
34. Portrait of a Lady. A. S. Curtis. 
92. The Sisters. 
286. The Sisters. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

19. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. C. Davis. 
53. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

GUSHING, W. T. (active i860) 

i860 Address: 12 Seventh Avenue. 

308. A Calm Morning. T. Gushing. 

CUSHMAN, Thomas Hastings (1815-1841) 
1838 Address: Not given. 

185. Engraving, Fireman's Certificate, from Painting by W. Page. 

DAGUERRE, Louis Jacques Mande (i 789-1 851) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1840-1851. Address: 
Paris. 

DAJETY, F. (active 1830) 

1830 Address: Not given. 

177. Portrait of a Lady. Benedict. 

178. Portrait of a Gentleman. Benedict. 

DALLAS, Jacob A. (i 825-1 857) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1855-1857. 

1854 Address: 24 Lispenard Street. 

191. An Encampment of Negroes, at Memphis. 

192. Scene in French Market, New Orleans. 

203. Waiting for the Ferry: an Incident in Arkansas. 
313. L' Allegro. By J. A. Dallas and J. Kyle.* 

DANA, Richard Henry (1787-1879) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 850-1 860. Address: New York. 

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DANA, William Parsons Winchester (1833-1927) 
1857 Address: Paris. 

179. Waiting for the Fishing-Boat, a Scene on the Coast of Nor- 
mandy. 

1859 Address: 627 Broadway. 

438. The Sketch from Nature. For sale. 

479. Mere Feron's Kitchen. For sale. 

624. Low Tide at Yport. T. B. Winchester. 

6j\i. Fishermen Launching their Boat. 

643. Breakers Ahead! For sale. 

653. Needle and Arches at Etretat, Coast of Normandy. Wm. 

B. Astor. 
694. Violets, Two Cents a Bunch. For sale. 

i860 Address: Paris. 

53. A Child. J as. B. Murray. 
612. Evening on the Coast. /. /. Townsend. 
657. Warming Up. For sale. 

DANFORTH, Mosely Isaac (i 800-1 862) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 827; Honorary Member, Pro- 
fessional, 1828-1860. Address: 1828-1840, 1843, London; 1841- 
1842, 1844-1860, New York. 

1826 Address: Not given. 
1 01. Print of La Fayette. 

1834 Address: London. 

118. Engraving, Uncle Toby and the Widow Wadman, after 
Leslie's Picture. 

DARBY, Henry F. {c. 1831-after 1878) 

1853 Address: 523 Broadway. 

243. Portrait of an Artist. D. M. Carter. 
281. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1854 Address: 535 Broadway, 
128. Cabinet Portrait. 

149. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

201. A Crayon Drawing. Mr. Brady. 

239, Crayon Portrait. 

291. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1855 Address: 555 Broadway. 
6. A Cabinet Portrait. 

12. Dr. Condict. 
20. Heads. 

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DARBY, Henry F. {continued) 

1856 Address: 806 Broadway. 
54. Samuel. 

186. Portrait of a Boy. Mrs. A. L. Johnes. 
284. Mrs. Pierrepont. Dr. J. H. Miner. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway. 

35. A Lady; Cabinet FuU-Length. 

118. A Boy. 

148. R. Brooking. 

158. A Girl. 

449. A Lady. M. B. Brady. 
1859 Address: 137 Montague Street, Brooklyn. 

67. Lieut. J. L. Kirby Smith, U.S.A. The Artist. 

322. Lieut. Maury, U.S.N. /. M. Minor. 

467. Virginia Darby. The Artist. 

740. Rachel and Maria Williams. /. Watson Williams. 

788. Calhoun. M. Brady. 
i860 Address: 137 Montague Street, Brooklyn. 

171. Henry Clay. M. B. Brady. 

204. Children. S. E. Howard. 

225. Imogen and Pisanio. R. Brooding.* 

262. Before the Battle — A Symbol. E. Kirby. 

DARLEY, Felix Octavius Carr (1822- 1888) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1852; Member of the Acad- 
emy, 1853-1888. 

1845 Address: Philadelphia. 

312. The Dance of the Demons, Illustrating a Musical Compo- 
sition, by J. F. Duggan. The Artist. 
357. The Examination of Annette, from the Play of "The Mag- 
pie or the Maid?" The Artist. 
1847 Address: 417 Market Street, Philadelphia. 

364. "A glimpse at the world," from the Novel of Margaret. 

1852 Address: New York. 
300. Study from Nature. 

1853 Address: 96 West 12th Street. 

239. Entry of Washington into New- York, after the City Was 
Evacuated by the British, in 1793, Nov. 26th [sic for Nov. 
25, 1783]. F. O. C. Barley. 

284. Wyoming. Engraving After Darley, by John C. McRea. 
Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1854 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. 

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DARLEY, Felix Octavius Carr {contiiuicd) 

1855 Address: 102 Twelfth Street. 

166. Bank Note Vignette. Toppan, Carp\ent]cr & Co. 
171. Design for Bank Note. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 
173. Bank Note Vignette. Toppan, Carp'er &■ Co. 
181. Design for Bank Note. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 
183. Bank Note Vignette. Toppan, Carp'er &■ Co. 
221. Design for Bank Note. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 
228. Bank Note Vignette. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 
276. The Drovers. 

1856 Address: 102 Twelfth Street. 

235. On the Trail. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 

242. The Spirit of '76. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 

255. Cattle Grazing. 

267. Indians Attacking Bears. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 

274. Country Gossip. Toppan, Carp'er & Co. 

1857 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. 

1858 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 102 
Twelfth Street. 

362. Sketch of Scipio.* 

1859 Address: 102 Twelfth Street. 

78. Scene from Cooper's Headsman. W. A. Townsend & Co. 

84. Scene from Cooper's Pioneers. W. A. Townsend & Co. 

117. Scene from Cooper's "Last of the Mohicans." W. A. Town- 
send & Co. 

118. Scene from Cooper's "Pioneers." W. A. Townsend &■ Co. 
124. Scene from Cooper's "Last of the Mohicans." W. A. Town- 
send &■ Co. 

DARLEY, Mrs. William Henry Westray. See SULLY, Miss Jane Cooper. 

DARVIN, Erasmus (active 1847) 

1847 Address: 292 Walker Street. 
151. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

DASSEL, Mrs. Hermina (active 1850-1857; died 1858) 
Honorary Member, Professional, 1851-1858. 
1850 Address: 89 Amity Street. 
59. Fancy Piece. For sale. 

85. The Widow's Last Child. For sale. 
185. Portrait of a Lady. 

266. The Sailor's Wife. For sale. 
299. Children and Flowers. For sale. 
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DASSEL, Mrs. Hermina {continued) 

1 85 1 Address: 89 Amity Street. 
160. Portrait of a Child. 
354. My Dear Baby. 

374. Head of a Greek. 

1852 Address: 180 Twelfth Street. 

177. Girl Returning Home with Her Goats. 

331. The Astronomer, Mitchell, of Nantucket, in His Observa- 
tory. 

332. Portrait of a Lady. 
464. Baby's Toilet. 

1853 Address: 180 Twelfth Street. 
103. Portrait of a Lady. 

241. Summer. 
259. Autumn. 

1854 Address: 180 12th Street. 
190. Fancy Piece. 

244. Portrait of a Child. 

250. Portrait of a Child. 

259. Portrait of a Young Lady. 
342. Portrait of a Lady. 

1855 Address: 176 Twelfth Street. 

189. Crayon Portrait of a Child. Mrs. H. ]. Raymond. 

251. Grecian Head, in Pastel. 

260. Italian Head, in Pastel. 

1856 Address: 30 East 12th Street. 
176. Child on the Sea-Shore. 

272. The Three Sisters. Rev. Dr. Seabury. 

1857 Address: 30 East 12th Street. 
260. Sketch, Italian. 

298/2. A Lady; Pastel. 

356. Children and Dog. 

368. Fancy Piece; Pastel. For sale. 

511. Flower-Girl. For sale. 

DAVID, Louis (active 1855) 
1855 Address: Paris. 

175. Chivalry. Rev. E. L. Magoon. 

DAVID, S. S. (active 1859) 

1859 Address: 149 Tenth Street. 

767. Coal Rock. Mrs. Chs. Romain. 

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DAVIDSON, (active 1853) 

1853 Address: Not given. 

236. Landscape, Water Colors. /. Sturges. 

248. Rural Sketch, English Foliage. W. Kemble. 

254. Landscape, Water Colors. Wm. Kemble. 

DAVIDSON (DAVISON), C. (active 1851) 
1 85 1 Address: London, 

270. Knowel [sic] Park, England. 

DAVIS, Alexander Jackson (1803-1892) 

1827 Address: 4 Wall Street. 

30. The New- York Theatre, Architectural Drawing. 

31. Trinity Church. 

93. St. Thomas' Church, Broadway. 
116. Architectural Design. 

1828 Address: 42 Merchants' Exchange. 

94. Drawing of the Merchants' Exchange, Wall-St. with the 
Original Cupola by J. R. Brady. 

127. Interior of the Jews' Synagogue, Elm-st. 

131. Market-House, Boston, 

132. Phenix Bank, New- York, Lithographic Engraving. 

133. Jews Synagogue, Elm-Street. 

134. Design for a Library, with an Exhibition-Room. 

138. Masonic Hall, New- York. 

139. Rear of Trinity Church. 

141. Frame Containing Three Lithographic Prints — Amherst 
College — Boston Market — Boston Glass House. 

142, Architectural Design. 

144. Bunker's Hill Monument, 220 Feet High. 
146. Design for a State-House. 

151. Harvard College — Lithographic Print. 

1829 Address: 34 Merchants' Exchange. 
126. Fora, or City Hall, Design. 

135. Lithographic Engraving of the Boston State-House, from a 
Drawing by A. J. Davis. 

138. Bunker's-Hill Monument, from the Lithographic Press of 
/. Pendleton; drawing by A. J. Davis. 

140. Architectural Design for Private Residence. By I. Town 
and A. J. Davis. 

145. Ruins of the Bowery Theatre. 
154. Design for a City Hall. 

163, Ancient Egyptian Temple of Tentyra, Composition. 

164. Design for an Academy of Arts. 

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DAVIS, Alexander Jackson {continued) 
1830 Address: Merchants' Exchange. 
104. Frame with Three Drawings. 
170. Design of a Chinese Pagoda. 
1832 Address: Not given. 

184. View of Lafayette-Place Built by S. Geer. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

137. Design for a Portico to St. Paul's. 

143. Capitol of Indiana — this Building is now in Progress. 

By Town & Davis. 
147. The Western Front of the Capitol. 

1835 Address: Not given. 

95. Design for the House of Detention. 

1836 Address: Not given. 

9. Grecian Architecture, Ionic, Tetrastyle in Antis. 

1840 Address: N. Y. City University. 

9. Design for a Hotel, near West Point, in Castle Style of 

Architecture. 
19. Library; Chapel; University Michigan. 
32. Design for Improving the Front of Park Theatre. 
299. Frame, with Prints of Seven Villas, in Different Styles of 
Architecture. 
Note: In the catalogue the artist appears as an Associate Mem- 
ber although his name does not appear on page 3 where the 
Associates are listed. 

In the index, nos. 2 and 321 are given to A. J. Davis. No. 2 
is catalogued as the work of J. Talbot, and no. 321 can not 
be accounted for as there are only 307 entries in the exhibition. 

1841 Address: New York University. 

263. Design for a Villa in the Pointed Style. 
274. Villa on the Hudson for J. B. J. 
324. Design. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

280. Architectural Drawing. By I. Town, H. and A. J. Davis. 
326. Drawings. By I. Town, H. and A. J. Davis. 

1843 Address: 93 Merchants' Exchange. 

284. Residence of S. E. Lyon, Esq., White Plains. 

306. Cottage and Villa. 

331. Elevation for a Public Library. 

337. Architectural Design. By Town & Davis. 

361. Beau Ideal of a Villa. 

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DAVIS, Alexander Jackson {continued) 

1844 Address: 93 Merchants' Exchange, 

374. Dwelling House, Erected the Last Year, near Albany, in the 
English Collegiate Style. 
1849 Address: 93 Merchants' Exchange. 

335. View of H. R. Harvall's House, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 
345. Front of J, C. Stevens' House, College Place. 

DAVIS, Isaac P. (1771-1855) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1846-1853. Address: Boston. 

DEAS, Charles (1818-1867) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 840-1 867. 

1838 Address: 33 Pearl Street. 
313. Turkey Shooting. For sale. 

1839 Address: Saugerties, Ulster Co. 
114. Hudibras. For sale. 

261. "The Devil and Tom Walker," from Washington Irving's 

Tales of a Traveller. For sale. 
268. "Walking the Chalk." For sale. 

295. Head of a Dog. 

1840 Address: 63 Franklin Street. 

149. Sketch on the North River. For sale. 

199. Fourth of July in the Country. For sale. 

200. A Writ of Foreclosure. For sale. 
291. The Trooper. For sale. 

296. Fare Thee Well, For sale. 

297. Evening. /. Mason. 
1844 Address: Not given. 

228. Group of Indians Playing Ball. 

1847 Address: St. Louis. 

no. Landscape. The Artist. 
124. Voyageurs. The Artist. 
199. The Mountain Pass. The Artist. 

1848 Address: N. Y. University. 

229, The Lord. For sale.* 
264. Landscape, 

1849 Address: Flushing, Long Island, 
145. A Vision. 

DE BLOCK, (active 1852) 

1852 Address: Brussels. 

61. Portrait of the Late John C. Calhoun. C. M. Leupp. 
73. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. M. Leupp. 
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DE BRAEKELEER, Ferdinand (1792-1883) 
1853 Address: Not given. 

175. Sketch for a Larger Picture. ]ohn A. Dix. 

DE BRAEKELEER, Ferdinand, Jr. (active 1853) 
1853 Address: 547 Broadway. 

144. The Plunderer. John A. Dix. 

DECAMP, (active 1852) 

1852 Address: Paris. 

448. Le Chene et le Rosseau de Lafontaine. A. Dimpre. 

DE FRANgA (DE FRANCIA), Manuel Joachim (died 1865) 

1840 Address: Philadelphia. ' 

272. Diana. Marcus Bull. 

DE G , A. (active 1847) 

1847 Address: Not given. 

15. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

DE HAAS, Mauritz Frederik Hendrik (i 832-1 895) 
Member of the Academy, 1 867-1 895. 
1855 Address: Not given. 

10. Landscape. By De Haas. 

i860 Address: 835 Broadway. 

265. Sea Shore near Hastings. For sale. 

413. A Calm at Sea — Dutch Fishing Boats. For sale. 

419. Dover Harbour. A. Belmont. 

638. After the Wreck. Charles Gould. 

DE KAY, James E., M.D. (died 1851) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1831-1851. Address: New York, 

DE KAYSER, Nicaise (1813-1887) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1847-1860. Address: 
Belgium. 

DE KUYPER, Jean Baptiste (active 1 847-1 860) 

Sculptor. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 847-1 860. Ad- 
dress: Belgium. 

DELACROIX, A. (active 1855) 
1855 Address: Paris. 

252. Fortitude. Rev. E. L. Magoon. 



DELAMOTTE, William Alfred (i 775-1 863) 
1 84 1 Address: London. 

283. Sir E. L. Bulwer's Library. 
308. Interior of Oxford Cathedral. 

DELAROCHE, Paul (i 797-1 856) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 846-1 856. Address: Paris. 
1849 Address: Paris. 

98. Engraving by Martinet of Char[l]es I, Insulted by the Sol- 
diers of Cromwell, Painted by Delaroche. Exhibited by the 
Engraver. 

DELATRE (DELATTRE), Henri (active 1 850-1 853) 

1852 Address: Not given. 

216. Portrait of a Horse in the Stable. Robert Morris. 

257. Horse and Dog. W. B. Duncan. 

349. Portrait of a Terrier. R. Edgard. 

460. Portraits of Horses, Goats, &c. Mr. Stuyvesant. 

1853 Address: Philadelphia. 

252. Portrait of a Horse. Edwin Forrest. 

DELESSARD (DELLESSARD), Auguste Joseph (1827-after 1891) 
1851 Address: 209 Mercer Street. 

139. Fog in the Valley — Remembrance of Scotland. For sale. 
182. A Card Party in the Court of Louis XVI. For sale. 

1858 Address: 82nd Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenues. 
130. A Landscape — Spring Morning. 

260. Pointer. 
433. Portrait. 
522. Interior. 

1859 Address: 347 Fourth Street. 
25. The Woodcutters. C. Jolly. 

152. Upon the Catch. L. N. C. 

289. Foggy Morning in New York from Hoboken. For sale. 

360. Unpleasant Meeting. E. H. Miller. 

447. Interior of a Country Stable. H[sic]. Knoedler. 

714. Interior of a Country Stable. Knoedler. 

i860 Address: 841 Broadway. 

247. Casde of Combourg, Birthplace of Chateaubriand. De- 

trabman. 
426. One Hour before Sunset, near the Hudson. For sale. 

524. Feeding the Chickens. For sale. 

525. Before the Rain. N. 0. 

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DELESSARD (DELLESSARD), Auguste Joseph {continued) 
i36o {continued) 

532. Windy Weather. For sale. 

604. Sunset. For sale. 

622. Chickens on the Lot. For sale. 

DELNOCE, Louis (Lewis) (active 1851-1860) 
1 85 1 Address: 119 Hester Street. 

9. Sunset, Composition. For sale. 
138. Sketch. G. W. May. 

1857 Address: Not given. 

377. Bank-Note Vignettes. Toppan, Carp'r & Co. 
■iff]. Composition. Louis Delnoce. 
398. Composition. Louis Delnoce. 

1858 Address: iii Broadway. 

576. View on Catskill Creek. Henry E. Sunbricr. 

1859 Address: iii Broadway. 
756. Composition. 

i860 Address: Not given. 

634. Minnehaha. Charles Toppan. 

DEMING, Miss Charlotte (active 1833-1860) 

1833 Address: Plattsburg. 
173. Miniature Portrait. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

131. Miniature Portrait of a Lady, 
1856 Address: 36 East 20th Street. 

224. Portrait of a Gentleman. Airs. James McBride. 

244. Cabinet Portrait. Mrs. Jas. ]. Rosevelt {sic]. 
1858 Address: 81 East 23d Street. 

287. A Lady (Crayon). G. W. Palmer. 

288. A Gendeman (Crayon). G. W. Palmer. 
i860 Address: 18 East 28th Street. 

44. A Gentleman. The Artist. 

DENDY, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: London. 

165. The Heart of Mid Lothian. For sale.* 
172. Troth Veck. For sale.* 

DENISON (DENNISON), Mrs. M. A. 

1855 Address: 289 Gold Street, Brooklyn, 
212. Snow Scene. 

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DE ROSE, Anthony Lewis (1803-1836) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 829-1 832; Member, 1833- 

1835- 

1829 Address: 38 Merchants' Exchange. 

84. Portrait of a Gentleman, T. Dwight. 

114. Portrait of a Gentleman and Horse. 

115. Portrait of a Gendcman. 
119. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

129. Portrait Sketch of a Gentleman. 

1830 Address: 31 Wall Street, corner of William Street. 
33. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. Toole. 

48. Portrait of a Gentleman. James Lawson. 

67. Portrait of a Youth. Burr Wakeman. 
119. Portrait of a Gentleman. N. G. Wolf. 
134. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Goodwin. 

144. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Conner. 

145. Portrait of a Gentleman. Albert Nuttman. 
166. Still Life Composition. For sale. 

1 83 1 Address: 31 Wall Street. 
42. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

45. The Young Drummer, A Full Length. Mr. Earle. 
138. Full Length of a Gentleman and Horse. /. C. Olmstead. 
176. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1832 Address: 95 Liberty Street. 

28. Portrait of John Lange, Esq. Col. Gamble. 
72. Portrait. C. Bunnev. 
190. Full Length Portrait of Col. Gamble. 

1833 Address: 95 Liberty Street. 

28. Portrait of a Gentleman. Lieut. Brevoort. 
37. Portrait of a Gentleman. Lieut. Brevoort. 
154. Portrait of a Short-Horned Durham Cow. Wm. Gibbons. 
1^2. Portrait of a Gentleman. Samuel Corbctt. 
200. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
1835 Address: 143 M'Dougal Street. 
5. Portrait. M. W. Day. 

87. Portrait of Samuel Southard. 

88. Portrait of Edward Everett. 

91. Portrait of Col. R. M. Johnson. 

92. Portrait of A. Stevenson, Esq., late Speaker of the House 
of Representatives. 

98. The Sisters. /. N. Utter. 
189. Portrait of a Gentleman. Major Baldwin. 
216. Portrait. Rev. M. Dickinson. 
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DERTELS, J. A. (active 1852) 
1852 Address: Not given. 
264. Drawing. For sale. 

DESHAYES, Eugene (i 828-1 890) 
1859 Address: Paris. 

526. The Walk in the Woods. For sale. 

DESPOTS, (active 1 839-1 842) 

1839 Address: Not given. 

293. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. Bolton. 

1841 Address: Paris. 

176. Portrait of a Lady of Albany. 

1842 Address: Paris. 

64. Quand on Dort le Temps Passe. Curtis Bolton. 
139. View of the Pond and Village of Plesset Piquet, Environs 

of Paris, Evening. Curtis Bolton. 
150. Etude de Mme. de Villeneuve apres sa Mort. Curtis Bolton. 
174. View of Domo Dossola, Passage of the Simplon, Morning. 

Curtis Bolton. 
221. View of the Grotto of Senostose, in the Isle of Corsica — 

Setting Sun. 
236. Portrait of J. H. B. Curtis Bolton. 
297. Mirthile and Chloe Making Offerings to Pan for the Health 

of Their Father — Idyls of Gesner. 

DESPORTES, Henrietta. See FIELD, Mrs. Henry Martyn. 

DESSOULAVY, Thomas (active 1 833-1 860) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 833-1 860. 
1833 Address: Rome. 

213. View of Albano and Isle Ponza. Sketch Club. 

DE VEAUX, James (1812-1844) 

Honorary Member, Professional (deceased), 1845. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

277. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. H. Shegogue. 
1842 Address: Charleston, S. C. 
73. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
122. Group of Children. 

DEWEY, Rev. Orville, D.D. (1794-1882) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1841-1860. Address: New York. 
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DIAPER, Frederick (1810-1906) 

1 84 1 Address: Wall Street. 

267. Design for the New Theatre, Proposed to be Erected at 
the Corner of Chambers-St. and Broadway. 

272. Design for the New Theatre, Chambers-Street Front. 

273. The N. Y. Society Library. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

273. Entrance Front of W. P. Van Rensselaer's Mansion near 

Albany. 
289. Garden Front of W. P. Van Rensselaer's Mansion near 

Albany. 

DIAZ [probably Narcisse Virgile Diaz de la Pena (1807/08-1876)] 
1850 Address: Paris. 

194. The Favorites. H. B. Gay. 

1852 Address: Paris. 

75. Cows in a Wood. Geo. W. ]en\ins. 

DICK, Archibald Londonderry (c.1805-1865) 
1831 Address: Clinton Hall. 

199. Corinthian and Doric Order. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

333. Engraving from an Original Portrait of Henry Inman, N. A. 

DICK, James L. (1834-1868) 

1855 Address: Not given. 

98. Portrait of a Lady. A. L. Dick^. 

1856 Address: 157 Gold Street, Brooklyn. 
178. Portrait of a Lady. T. Warren. 

1857 Address: 157 Gold Street, Brooklyn. 
206. A Lady, H. Mathews. 

1859 Address: 147 Adantic Street, Brooklyn. 
150. Fruit. For sale. 

DICKINSON, Anson (1779-1852) 

1826 Address: Rotunda, Chambers Street. 

76. A Nymph. 

115. Portrait of a Lady. 

116. Portrait of a Lady. 

117. Fancy Piece. 



DICKINSON, Anson {continued) 
1826 {continued') 

118. Portrait of a Lady. 

119. Portrait of G. Stuart, Esq. 

120. [Portrait] of a Lady. 

121. The Right Rev. J. Cheverus. 

122. Cupid and the Graces. 

123. A Lady by Moonlight. 

125. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

126. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

127. Portrait of Lieut. Col. Charles De Salaberry. 

128. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

129. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

130. Fancy Piece — a Copy. 

DICKINSON, Daniel (1795 - after 1840) 
1839 Address: Philadelphia. 

34. Hylas and Nymphs. For sale* 
44. Oberon and Titania. For sale* 

DICKINSON, Obadiah (1812-1850) 

1839 Address: 38 City Hall Place. 

61. Portrait of a Gendeman. C. B. Dickinson. 
85. Por[trai]t of Blind Beggar. E. Dickinson. 

1840 Address: 6 Walker Street. 

68. Match Boy. Thomas Hooper. 
106. Mischievous Boy, the Artist's Son, 
147. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
256. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
284. Portrait of a Boy. E. G. Berger. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

145. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. E. Tomlinson. 
153. Portrait of a Lady. /, Ellis. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

38. Portrait of a Child. O. Dickenson. 
40. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
142. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

22. The Power of Music. For sale. 
150. Portrait of a Revolutionary Soldier. /. C Piatt. 

1844 Address: Not given. 

3. Portrait of a Boy. /. Braisted. 
170. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
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DIDIER, E. (active 1 843-1 845) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

195. A Visit. For sale. 

209. Auction in Chatham Street. For sale. 

325. Halfway House. 

1844 Address: 93 Greenwich Street. 

326. A Farm in France. For sale. 

368. Mysteries of Paris, chap. iv. 3rd part. For sale. 
370. Frame of Sketches, in Water Colours. For sale. 
372. Frame of Water Colours. For sale. 
375. Mysteries of Paris, chap, iii, part 3d. For sale. 

1845 Address: 93 Greenwich Street. 

255. Jack Ashore. '■ 

DISBROW, J. B. (active 1843) 

1843 Address: 494 Grand Street. 
89. View on the Mohawk. 
233. View on the Mohawk. 

DIX, Charles Temple (i 838-1 873) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 861-1873. 

1857 Address: 137 Hudson Street. 

196. Off Sandy Hook. John L. Schoolcraft. 

1858 Address: 147 Hudson Street. 

17. Shoal Water. Rev. Morgan Dix. 
117. A Headland in the Bay of Fundy. E. Moran. 
123. A Rough Passage. 
138. Signal for a Pilot off Montauk. 
142. The Dredging Boat. 

1859 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
306. Sunset on the Coast. G. W. Smith. 
395. Morning, a Sketch. K. M. Dix. 
587. Fog on the Coast, a Sketch. 

697. After the Gale. 
799. Shipwreck. Rev. S. H. Weston. 
i860 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
343. Waiting for the Tide. 
554. The Reef. L. Spencer. 
586. Topsail Schooner at Anchor. 

DIX, Hon. John Adams (1798-1879) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1837-1860. Address: 1837-1854, 
Albany; 1855-1860, New York. 
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DIXEY, John V. (active 1 827-1 832) 

1827 Address: Chatham Street, 

18. Landscape. 

62. Landscape. 
1832 Address: 121 Varick Street. 

177. View on the Mohawk. For sale. 

DIXON, Paul (active i860) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

77. Sunrise. Hiram Dixon. 
99. Sport at the Bridge. 
100. Afternoon. E. H. Dixon. 

DIXON, Thomas 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 827-1 860. Address: New York 

DODGE, Edward Samuel (1816-1857) 

1836 Address: 10 City Hall Place. 

39. Miniature Portrait of a Young Lady. Miss Mary Bedson, 

1837 Address: Poughkeepsie. 
137. Miniature of a Lady. 

140. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

1838 Address: Poughkeepsie. 

135. Miniature of a Gentleman. Dr. Hammond. 

DODGE, John Wood (i 807-1 893) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 832-1 893. 

1829 Address: Not given. 

144. Frame Containing two Miniatures. 

1830 Address: Nassau Street. 

96. Frame with Four Miniature Portraits. 

1 83 1 Address: Franklin Street. 

74. Frame, with Three Miniatures. 
89. Miniature of a Gendeman. 

1832 Address: Lispenard Street. 
118. Miniature Portrait. 
147. Miniature Portrait. 

155. Miniature Portrait of an Artist. /. W. Dodge. 

1833 Address: Not given. 

170. Miniature Portrait. Dr. G. J. Leeds. 

171. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 
177. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

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DODGE, John Wood {continued) 

1834 Address: Not given. 

149. Portrait of M. M. Noah, Esq. 

150. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Gerard Marshall^. 
159. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Ball. 

1835 Address: 42 Franklin Street. 

128. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. E. S. Dodge. 

1836 Address: 42 Franklin Street. 
36. Miniature of a Lady. 

1837 Address: 42 Franklin Street. 
136. Miniature of a Gentleman. 
142. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

1838 Address: 52 White Street. 

128. Miniature of a Gentleman. James C. Merriman. 

142. Miniature Portrait of a Lady and Child. D. S. Jones. 

1844 Address: 126 Henry Street. 

277. Frame Containing Nine Miniatures. 

284. Miniature Portrait of Gen. Andrev/ Jackson. 

296. Miniature of Hon. Henry Clay. 

1846 Address: Not given. 

245. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

DOEPLER, Carl Emil (1824-1905) 

1850 Address: 515 Broadway. 

184. Crypt of the Abbey Rein, Hardsbrum. The Artist. 
228. Coast of Prussia. For sale. 

DORN, Johannes (active 1831-1860) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 831-1860. Address: Bavaria. 

1 83 1 Address: Bavaria. 

58. The Letter of Introduction. For sale. 
95. Head of an Old Woman. For sale. 

DORRANCE, W. H. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 115 Canal Street. 
55. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

DORRATT, C. (active 1839) 

1839 Address: 61 Walker Street. 
II. Portrait of Col. C. Ming. 

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DOUGHTY, Thomas (1793-1856) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 827-1 856. 

1826 Address: Philadelphia. 

69. Landscape, — View near Harper's Ferry. 
135. Landscape, — View on the Brandy wine. 
Note: Artist's name is given as "J- Doughty." 

1827 Address: Philadelphia. 

21. Landscape, the Water Gap on the Delaware. 

1828 Address: Philadelphia. 

38. Landscape Composition. /. A. Hillhouse. 
100. Italian Scene at Sunset — Composition. 
1830 Address: Boston. 

40. Landscape. S. D. W. Bloodgood. 

50. Landscape. S. D. W. Bloodgood. 
1839 Address: Newburgh. 

74. Landscape, Returning from School. 

1842 Address: Washington and New York. 

29. The Trout Brook, an Original Composition. 

1843 Address: Boston. 

38. Alpine Scenery at Sunset. For sale, 

187. New-Hampshire Scenery near Mount Washington, — a Show- 
ery Day. For sale. 
268. Trap Monastery, West Morland, England. For sale. 

1844 Address: New York. 

144. Landscape; View from Greenwood Cemetery [sic], Looking 
over the Bay of New- York. A. f. Spooner. 

1845 Address: now in England. 
71. Land Storm. 

1846 Address: London. 

293. Landscape. Amer, Art Union. 

1847 Address: Now in Europe. 

1848 Address: 114 White Street. 

43. Solitude, a Composition. For sale. 
112. Frosty Morning in Early Winter. For sale. 
245. Off Cohasset Rocks, after a North-Easter. For sale. 

1849 Address: 497 Broadway. 

199. Lake Scene. Henry f. Brent. 

1850 Address: 497 Broadway. 

43. Early Winter. C. A. Stetson. 
131. Landscape. C. A. Stetson. 
141. Moonlight. C. Stetson. 

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DOWNING, Andrew Jackson (1815-1852) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 844-1 852. Address: Newburgh, 
N. Y. 

DOYLE, F. (active 1838) 

1838 Address: Not given. 

Note: This artist is listed in the index with no catalogue 
number. It is possible that F. Doyle may be associated with 
number 222, "Portrait," which appears in the catalogue unac- 
companied by an artist's name. 

DUBOIS, Mrs. Cornelia (active 1 843-1 844) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1843- 1844. 

DUBOURJAL, Savinien Edme (i 795-1 853) 
1832 Address: Not given. 

149. Miniature Portrait. 

150. Miniature Portrait. 

1847 Address: 247 Broadway, 

239. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

240. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

241. Miniature Portrait of Miss Ann C. Lynch. 

242. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. /. A. Voisin. 

243. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 

244. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

275. Portrait of a Girl, Water Colors. 

276. Hon. J. Q. Adams, Crayon Sketch. 
317. Mrs. C. Clapp. 

322. Portrait of a Lady, Water Colors. 

328. Study from Nature, Water Colors. 

329. Portrait of a Boy, Water Colors. 

330. The Sisters, Water Colors. 

331. Portrait of a Gentleman, Water Colors. 

332. Portrait of a Lady, Water Colors. 

339. Portrait of a Lady, Water Colors. ]ohn Pendleton. 

340. Hon. John C, Calhoun, Water Colors. 

341. Charles Lanman, Water Colors. 

342. Portrait of a Lady, Water Colors. 

1848 Address: 293 Broadway. 
338. President Polk. 

348. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1849 Address: 293 Broadway. 
218. Miniature of the Artist. 
221. Miniature of Miss B . 

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DUBOURJAL, Savinien Edme {continued) 
1849 {continued) 

228. Miniature Portrait. Ronmer. 

306. Portrait of E. Cheriat. 
308. Miniature of C. Cheriat. 

311. The Two Sisters. Meiges. 

326. Miniature of the Son of Voisin. 

DUGGAN, Charles (active i860) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

47. Designs — Country Villas. 
Note: The artist's name is given as both Duggan and Duggin. 

DUGGAN, Paul Peter (c.i8io-i86i) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 850-1 851; Member, 1852- 
1861. 

1844 Address: Not given. 
279. Musing, a Sketch. 
291. Repose. 

405, John the Baptist, Beheaded.* 

1845 Address: 113 Chambers Street. 
296. Jael and Sisera. /. /. Mapes* 
369. An Antediluvian. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Not given. 
316. Retribution.* 

1848 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 
59, Batde Sketch. 

189. The Discarded. 

198. Lions in their Haunt. 

307. The Origin of the Harp.* 

336. [Daniel Delivered from the Lions.]* 

1849 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 
153. Lazar House in the Tropics.* 

327. Volcanic Region, Caribean [sic^ Sea. 

1850 Address: 1 Bleecker Street. 
16, Portrait of a Gentleman. 

26. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. McFarland. 
44. Portrait of a Gentleman. Geo. Loder. 
335. Tropical Palm Grove. 

1851 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 2 Clin- 
ton Place. 

222. Eagles Crag, V/hite Mountains. 
241. Holy Family. 

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DUGGAN, Paul Peter {continued) 
1 85 1 {continued) 

247. Cartoon Drawing. Escape of Christian and Hopeful from 

the Doubting Castle of Giant Despair.* 
261. FeHx O'Darley \sic]. Century Club. 
265. Portrait in Pencil. Miss C. Gibson. 

272. Crayon Portrait. /. Hopper. 
311. Horse's Head — a Sketch. 

368. Portrait of a Lady. R. Bleec\er. 
1853 Address: Free Academy. 
231. Crayon Portrait. 

273. Crayon Portrait. Charles Elliott. 

1856 Address: 136 East 13th Street. 
251. Capt. Ericsson. 

DUNLAP, William (1766-1839) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 839. 

1826 Address: Agricultural Society's Room, N. Y. Institution. 
24. Portrait of a Lady. 

26. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

29. Portrait of a Lady. 

37. Group. A Study for the Picture of "The Christ on Mount 

Calvary." 
71. Group. A Study for the Picture of "The Christ on Mount 

Calvary." 
75. "Father forgive them, they know not what they do." Group. 

A Study for the Picture of "The Christ on Mount Calvary." 
81. Barabbas and Thieves — Sketch from West. 
84. Group. St. John and the Three Marys. Study for the 

Picture of "The Christ on Mount Calvary." * 
Note: The artist's name does not appear in the catalogue. 
Cf. nos. 37, 71, 75, above. 

98. Portrait of a Boy. 

99. Scene from the Novel of the Spy. "Now, Sir, my prin- 
cipal business being done, may I beg to examine the quality 
of that wig. . . ." 

102. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

131. Cupid Sleeping — Copy from Mignard. 

141. Group of Female Figures. 

1827 Address: New York Institution. 

8. Group. The White Horse and his Rider, Intended for the 
Picture of Death on the Pale Horse, but not Used. 
20. Female and Sleeping Cupid, the Cupid from Guido. 

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DUNLAP, William {continued) 

1827 {continued) 

24. Portrait of Gen. P. B. Porter, 

34, Portrait of Gov. Clinton. 

37. The Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalen, and St. John. Group 

from the Great Historical Picture of "The Christ on Mount 

Calvary," now^ Painting. 

40. Portrait of the Late Anthony Bleecker. 

61. Our Saviour and Mary Magdalen in the Garden. 
73. Right Rev. Richard Channing Moore, Bishop of the Epis- 
copal Church in Virginia. 

88. Portrait of Himself. 

1828 Address: 55 Leonard Street. 

II. Roman Asiatic Auxiliaries Crucifying a Malefactor; a Group 
for the Lower Right Hand Corner of the Large Picture 
of Calvary, just Completed by the Same Artist, and Ex- 
hibiting in the Room Below^. For sale. 

18. Portrait of Thomas Eddy, Esq. N. Yor\ Hospital. 

26. Portrait of a Lady. 

34. Mr. Hacket Telling the Story of "Uncle Ben." 

47. Head of a Girl, a Study for the Picture of Calvary. For 
sale. 

82. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
86. Head of a Child. Mrs. Holland. 
93. Group of Portraits. M. Judah. 
loi. Portrait of a Lady. /. Boorman. 

113. Portrait of a Gentleman. M. Judah. 

114. Portrait of a Gendeman. M. Judah. 
123. Portrait of Mr. Hacket. 

1829 Member of the Council. Address: 55 Leonard Street, N. Y. 
Institution. 

17. Portrait of a Gentleman. Isaac Young. 

24. Portrait of the late Rev. Cornelius R. Duffie. W. Dunlap. 

32. Portrait of a Gentleman. Conant. 

41. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Geslein. 

48. Portrait of a Lady and Child. A. Shaw. 
51. Clio. For sale. 

57. Portrait of a Lady. Smith. 

69. Counting Chickens. For sale. 
75. Portrait of a Lady. Isaac Young. 
79. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Labagh. 

89. Portrait of a Clergyman. /. Labagh. 

178. T. Hilson, in the Character of Walter, a Sketch. T. Hilson. 

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DUNLAP, William {continued) 

1830 Member of the Council. Address: 53 Leonard Street, and 
N. Y. Institution. 

6. Calvary, or the Moment before the Crucifixion. For sale* 

11. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. T. M'Coun. 

15. Portrait of a Lady. S. M. Hopl^^ins. 

16. Portrait of a Gentleman, S. M. Hopkins. 

24. The Sisters; Group of Children; Portraits. Dr. R. Bec/^. 

69. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Lozier. 

73. Portrait of a Gendeman. Mrs. Holland. 

76. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Ri\eman. 
126. Portrait of a Child. W. T. M'Coun. 
182. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Shaw. 

1 83 1 Member of the Council; Lecturer on Historical Composition 
Address: 55 Leonard Street. 

6. Group of Portraits. M. Judah. 

12. Portrait of the Late T. Eddy, Esq. Governors of N. Y. 
Hospital. 

13. Calvary, or the Moment before the Crucifixion. For sale.* 
24. The Detection of Harry Wharton in Disguise, by Jack 

Law^ton. From James Fennimore Cooper's Spy. For sale. 
40. Group of Three Figures, a Study, for the Christ Rejected. 

For sale. 
93. Mr. Hackett Telling the Story of Uncle Ben. Mr. Hac\ett. 
103. Counting Chickens. E. Hart. 
123. Portrait of a Gentleman. S. Joseph. 

125. Clio. For sale. 

126. Portrait of the Hon. De Witt Clinton, in 1816. E. Hart. 
i^y. Crucifixion of the Hardened Thief. A Study for the 

Calvary. For sale. 

141. Portrait of the Artist. 

145. Group of St. John and the Three Marys, a Study for Cal- 
vary. For sale. 

154. Portrait of Gen. P. B. Porter. For sale. 

155. Portrait of a Lady. 

163. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Holland. 

164. A Litde Girl Coming from School. Portrait. W. T. 
M'Coun. 

180. Portrait of the Late Anthony Bleecker, Esq. For sale. 

190. Portrait of Mrs. Hackett, James Hac\ett. 

191. Portrait of Mr. Hackett. James Hachett. 

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DUNLAP, William {continued) 

1832 Vice President; Member of the Council; Professor of Historical 
Composition. Address: corner Anthony Street and Broadway. 
9. Holy Family. For sale. 

29. Portrait. 

32. Portrait. 

74. Portrait. W. Dunlap. 

82. Portrait. 
178. Portrait. 

216. Portraits of Children, 
221. Landscape. (Composition.) 

1833 Vice President; Member of the Council; Professor of Historical 
Composition. Address: Sixth Avenue. 

71. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Bininger. 

72. The Artist Showing a Picture from Hamlet to His Parents. 
Group of Portraits, Painted in 1788. 

73. Portrait of a Lady, /. Bininger. 

1834 Vice President; Member of the Council; Professor of Historical 
Perspective. 

1835 Vice President; Member of the Council; Professor of Historical 
Composition. Address: Greenwich Lane. 

19. Richard and Kenneth. C. P. Clinch.* 
62, Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. M'Lean. 
155. Portrait of Col. George P. Morris. George P. Morris. 

1836 Vice President; Member of the Council; Professor of Historical 
Composition. Address: Greenwich Lane. 

191. Group of Children. H. Erbens. 
1838 \''ice President; Member of the Council; Professor of Historical 
Composition. Address: Greenwich Lane, 
277. An Original Portrait of General Washington, Painted in 
Crayons, at Head Quarters, New Jersey, in 1783, when the 
Arist Was of the Age of 17. D. Ellis. 
1842 

286. Engraving by J. W. Paradise from a Portrait of the Late 
Wm. Dunlap, Esq., Painted by Himself. Exhibited by the 
Engraver. 

DUNNEL (BUNNELL), John Henry (1813-1904) 

1847 Address: Not given. 

159. View near Chester, Orange County. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

15. Marino Point, near Hudson, 
106, View near Wehawken. 

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DUNNEL, William N. (active 1849) 

1849 Address: Not given. 

340. Engraving. George Sloane. 

DUNNING, Robert S. [or F.] (1829-1905) 

1850 Address: 114 White Street. 
60. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 85 1 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 
300. Seltishness. 

DUPRESSOIR, (active 1857) 

1857 Address: Not given. 

530. View near Versailles, For sale. 

DURAND, Asher Brown (i 796-1 886) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 886; President of the Acad- 
emy, 1 846-1861. 

1826 Member of the Academy in Engraving. Address: Amity Street. 
66. Mary Magdalen, at the Sepulchre.* 

94. Portrait of a Child. 
152. Frame, with Three Engraved Portraits. 

1827 Member of the Council. Address: Amity Street. 
25. Landscape. 

47. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

85. Samson Shorn of his Locks by the Philistines, while Asleep 

in the Lap of Delilah. 
106. Engraving of His Excellency J. Q. Adams, Pres. of U. S., 

from a Full Length by Sully. 
no. Engraving of Dr. Swaim, from a Sketch by H. Inman. 

1828 Member of the Council. Address: Amity Street. 
53. Landscape Composition. 

140. Frame Containing Three Engravings, from the Originals 
in the Present Exhibition, The Dull Lecture, by Newton — 
Anne Page and Slender, by Leslie — and William Tell, by 
Inman. 

1829 Address: 90 Amity Street. 

35. Hagar and Ishmael in the Wilderness. 
187. Engravings. 
1 83 1 Address: 90 Amity Street. 
4. Samson and Delilah. 
III. Katskill Mountains. 
119. Landscape. 
169. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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DURAND, Asher Brown {continued) 

1832 Address: corner Anthony Street and Broadway. 
174. View of Delaware Water Gap. A. B. Durand. 

186. Engraving — Sancho Panza and the Dutchess {sic^ after 

Leslie, 
194. Landscape (Composition). A. B. Durand. 

1833 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council. Address: Corner 
Broadway and Anthony Street. 

3. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
10. Portrait of S. Graham. 
83. Boonton Falls, New- Jersey. 
128. Group of Children. 

216. Portrait of J. Manesca, Esq. 

217. Portrait of Gov. Ogden, of New-Jersey. 

1834 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council. Address: Not 
given. 

51. Landscape. 

69. Portrait of Ex-President Madison, Painted by Request of 

Geo. P. Morris, Esq. 
90. Full Length Portraits of Ladies. 
98. Portrait of a Lady. 

1835 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council. Address: 54 
Broadway. 

29. Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. 

43. Portrait of John Quincy Adams, Ex-President of the United 

States. 
159. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
169. Portrait of a Lady. 

196. Sketch of M'Donald Clarke, Esq. 
213. Capture of Major Andre.* 

1836 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council. Address: 6 John 
Street. 

71. Peter Stuyvesant and the Trumpeter. 
94. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
154. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

197. Portrait of a Gentleman. Webster. 

202. The Pedler. 

208. Portrait of a Lady. 

1837 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council. Address: 82 
Duane Street. 

24. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

43. Full Length Portrait of a Lady. 

53. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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DURAND, Asher Brown {continued) 

1837 {continued) 

59. Governor Everett of Massachusetts. 

63. Landscape. 

74. Portrait of Hon. Smith Thomson. 

77. Landscape Composition. 
177. Landscape. 

198. Portrait of a Gendeman. L. P. Clover. 
278. HeaHng the Possessed.* 
281. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1838 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council. Address: 82 
Duane Street. 

52. Twilight. For sale. 

53. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
71. Landscape. For sale. 

78. Rip Van Winkle's Introduction to the Crew of Hendrick 
Hudson, in the Catskill Mountains. For sale. 

84. Landscape. 

85. Landscape. For sale. 

89. Landscape Composition. For sale. 
204. Portrait of a Lady. A. B. Durand. 
212. Dance on the Battery in Presence of Peter Stuyvesant, see 

Knickerbocker's Hist. N. Y., vol. ii, p. 158. 
252. Landscape. For sale. 

278. Sunset, Composition. 

301. The Embarcation. For sale. 
319. Landscape, Shower. For sale. 

1839 Address: 91 Amity Street. 

94. Portrait of J. Hoxie, Esq. /. Sutphen. 

96. Full Length Por[trai]t of a Child. F. J. Betts. 

99. Portrait of a Gentleman. Ithiel Town. 
no. Portrait of a Lady. S. Cleighorn. 
212. Landscape. Autumnal Sketch. For sale. 
239. Landscape. Sailing Party. For sale. 
245. Landscape. Sailing Party. 
270. Landscape, Western Emigrants. For sale. 
274. Portrait of a Lady. /. Sutphen. 

279. Landscape, Saturday Afternoon. F. J. Betts. 

162. Engraving by J. W. Paradise of Hon. John Quincy Adams, 
after Durand. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1840 Address: Amity Street. 

126. Landscape, Composition, Evening. F. J. Betts. 
133. Landscape, Composition, Morning. F. J. Betts. 

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DURAND, Asher Brown {continued) 

1840 {continued) 

174. Landscape View of Rutland, Vermont. 
281. Sunday Morning. For sale. 

1 84 1 Address: Amity Street. 

17. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Car gill. 

35. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Car gill. 
209. Group of Children. /. Sturges. 

1842 Address: Amity Street. 

13. Study from Life, Painted in Rome, 1841. 
22. II Pappagallo. 

26. View, Casde Blonnai, Lake Geneva, Switzerland. 

89. Portrait of Isaac Edrehi of Morocco, Painted at Florence, 

Italy, 1840. 
160. View, Parish Church, at Stratford, on Avon, the Burial 

Place of Shakespeare. 
173. Cottage on the Lake of Thun, Switzerland. 
196. Study from Life, Painted in Rome, 1841. 
199. View in the Valley of Oberhasle, Switzerland. /. Sturges. 

202. Study from Life, Painted at Rome in 1841. 

203. Study from Life, Painted at Rome in 1841. 

1843 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

27. Farm Yard on the Hudson. W. Roe. 
32. Lake Scent, Sunset. For sale. 

99. View of Oberweisal on the Rhine. Wm. Roe. 
159. Scene in the Susten Pass, Switzerland. C. M. Leupp. 
221. Island of Capri, Bay of Naples. For sale. 
249. Last Interview between Harvey Birch and Washington. 
For sale.* 

1844 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 
Amity Street. 

36. The Solitary Oak. For sale. 

82. Full-Length of a Boy. Daniel he Roy. 
134. Landscape, Composition. 
163. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. McCullough. 
181. Study from Nature. F. W. Edmonds. 
214. Portrait of a Child. G. Pearson. 
244. Emigrant Family. For sale. 
258. Landscape, Wood Scene. 
343. Italian Cottage. For sale. 

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DURAND, Ashcr Brown {continued) 

1845 Member of the Council; Vice President; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

39. Landscape, Composition, "An old Man's Reminiscences." 

G. W. Austen. 
171. Close of a Sultry Day. The Artist. 
175. Landscape, Composition. The Artist. 
223. The Bride. 

1846 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member 
of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

46. Landscape, Composition. A. M. Cozzens. 
64. Landscape, Composition, The Old Man's Lesson. Amer. 
Art Union.* 
290. A passage in the Life of Woman.* 

1847 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member 
of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

24. Landscape, Composition, Forenoon. James Robb. 
29. Landscape, Composition, Afternoon. James Robb. 
77. Landscape, Composition. Edwin Hoyt. 

1848 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

60. The Fountain. Geo. W. Austen.* 

74. Head of an Old Man. 

95. Dover Plain, Dutchess County, N. Y. 
134. Study from Nature. 
196. Landscape — Composition. 
271. A Walk by Moonlight. 

1849 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

33. Landscape, Raven Hill. 

49. Landscape, Sunset. 

69. Study from Nature. 

71. Study from Nature. 
137. Landscape, with Catde. 
160. Mountain Stream. /. L. Schoolcraft. 

179. Landscape. 

180. Kindred Spirits. Wm. C. Bryant. 
192. Study from Nature. 

273. Landscape, Giant of the Valley, Study from Nature. 
278. Pastoral Landscape.* 

1850 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

II. View of Schroon Lake. 

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DURAND, Asher Brown {continued) 

1850 {continued) 

46. Landscape, Summer Morning. G. Kemble* 

138. Landscape, Scene from "Thanatopsis." * 
198. View on Esopus Creek, Ulster Co., N. Y. 
226. Study from Nature. 

236, Study from Nature. 

308. Shipwreck, Clearing up after a Storm. T. H. Faile. 

1 85 1 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

31. Kaaterskill Clove. 

79. Landscape. 
108. Landscape. 
299. Study from Nature. 
304, Study from Nature. 

309. Landscape. 

343. Landscape. }as. A. Suydam. 
403. Landscape. 

1852 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

139. God's Judgment upon Gog. Jonathan Sturges* 
374. Landscape. 

406. Landscape, Haystack Mountain, Vermont, fosiah Lane. 

1853 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

31. Landscape, Progress. Charles Gould. 

39. Landscape, View on the Hudson. 

53. Study from Nature. 

60. Study from Nature. 

77. Shandaken Mountains. Edward D. Nelson. 
390. High Point: Shandaken Mountains. N. Ludlum. 
429. A Coming Storm. /. M. Burt. 

1854 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

39. Strawberrying. 

94. Hay Making. W. P. Wright. 

132. Sunset. E. J. Dunning. 

140. Landscape. /. Sturges. 

356. The Primeval Forest. E. D. Nelson.* 
377. Clearing Up. H. W. De Forest. 
386. June Shower. H. K. Browne [sic].* 

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DURAND, Asher Brown {continticd) 

1855 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

104. Summer Afternoon. Whiting. 

113. In the Woods. /. Sturges. 

1856 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

43. A Symbol.* 

1857 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

38. Lake Hamlet. Hamilton Fish. 
132. Esopus Creek, Ulster Co., N. Y. S. Gandy. 
178. Study of Rocks. 
229. Landscape. Rollin Sanjord. 
467. Sketch from Nature. 
483. Study from Nature. 

1858 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

431. N[ew] Hampshire Scenery. A. A. Lotv. 
492. Landscape. L. M. Rutherford. 
585. In New Hampshire. L. R. Menger. 

1859 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 

762. A Reminiscence of the Catskill Clove. 

i860 President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 91 Amity Street. 
515. Sunday Morning. 

DURAND, Elias W. (active 1852-1857) 

1852 Address: Newark. 

128. Scene in the Green Mountains. For sale. 
^66. Scene on Saco River. W. W. Sherman. 

1853 Address: Newark, N. J. 

72. The Hunter's Home. For sale. 

1857 Address: 114 Grand Street. 

426. Scene on the Hudson, near Tarrytown. C. Beebe. 

DURAND, John (1822-1908) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 855-1 860. Address: New York. 

DURER. See MULLER, Johann Michael Enzing, 1849. 

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DURRIE, George Henry (i 820-1 863) 

1843 Address: New Haven, Connecticut. 
10. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1845 Address: Not given. 

280. The Sleighing Party. 

1857 Address: 442 Broadway. 

209. Winter in the Country. For sale. 

272. Country School-House (Winter). For sale. 

1858 Address: New Haven. 

473. Our Old School-House, Winter. For sale. 
502. The Farmer's Home — Winter. For sale. 

1858 Address: Not given. 

514. Winter Landscape — Getting Wood. For sale. 

i860 Address: New Haven, Connecticut. 
296. Farm Yard in Winter. For sale. 
357. Fruit. For sale. 
636. Winter Sunset. The Artist. 

DUVEGER, (active i860) 

i860 Address: Paris. 

623. Indiscretion. For sale. 

DYCE. See VERNON, Thomas, 1856. 

BACHES, J. M. (active 1838) 
1838 Address: Alexandria. 
107. Portrait of an Artist. 

EARL & BODDINGTON (active 1849) 
1849 Address: London. 

43. The Stepping Stones. Henry J. Brent. 

EASTLAKE, Sir Charles Lock (1793-1865) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 846-1 860. Address: 
London, 

EASTMAN, Seth, U. S. Army (i 808-1 875) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 839-1 860. 

1836 Address: West Point. 

194. View of the Highlands, from West Point. Gen. Gratiot. 

1837 Address: West Point. 

267. Sunset Parade at West Point. B. W. Mudge. 

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EASTMAN, Seth, U. S. Army {continued) 

1838 Address: West Point. 

58. Fort Snelling on the Mississippi, near the Falls of St. 

Anthony. Lieut. M. Knotvlton, U.S.A. 
106. Extremity o£ the Highlands, from the Old Crow's Nest, 

West Point, 
199. Fort Putnam. W. B. Cozzens. 

223. Landscape. Moonlight View of Mississippi. W. B. Cozzens. 

224. View near West Point. Dr. W. Wheaton, U.S.A. 

266. Evening View from West Point, Looking South. For sale. 
:i%'j. Fort Snellmg, on the Upper Missouri. D. Wheaton, U.S.A. 
320. Mill on the Hudson. A. Church, U.S.A. 

1839 Address: West Point. 

87. Butter Hill, from Fishkill on the Hudson. For sale. 
289, View in the Highlands. For sale. 

1840 Address: West Point. 
84. Sawing Wood. 

169. Landscape View. 
208. View from West Point. 
228. Landscape View. 
283. View of the Catskill Mountains. 
1848 Address: Not given. 

244. Indian Burial. For sale. 

EATON, Joseph Oriel (1829- 1875) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1866- 1875. 
1853 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

119. W. W. Fosdick. W. W. Fosdic{. 
1857 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

419. A Gentleman. Sam'l E. Fort. 

455. A Lady. William Goodman. 
1859 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

179. The Pioneer, a Portrait, Robert Linn. 

197. A Gentleman. E. Walter. 
i860 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 

183. Autumn. For sale. 

334. Broke: Made for the Cincinnati Sketch Club. For sale. 

388, A Lady. The Artist. 

ECKHOUT (EICKHOUT), (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

107. Fisherman Playing Cards. Hon. J. A. Dix. 
171. Interior of a Cottage. Hon. J. A. Dix. 



ECKHOUT, J. J. (active 1850) 

1850 Address: Not given. 

180. The Toilet. C. M. Leupp. 

ECKHOUT, Victor (active 1851) 

1 851 Address: Not given. 
172. Chess Players. 

EDDY, Benjamin F. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 80 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. 

46. Portrait of Alderman Wilson of Brooklyn. 

EDDY, Oliver Tarbell (C.1800-C.1873) 
1827 Address: 2 Franklin Square. 
55. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

EDMONDS, Francis William (1806- 1863) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1829, 1838-1840; Member, 
1841-1863. 
1829 Address: 22 Oliver Street. 

21. Hudibras Capturing the Fiddler. 

1839 Address: 197 Madison Street. 
241. The Penny Paper. 

251. Commodore Trunnion and Jack Hatchway. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

230. The City and Country Beaux. F. W. Edmonds. 
234. Sparking. F. W. Edmonds. 

1842 Address: Thompson Street. 

130. Italian Mendicants. Chas. M. Leupp. 
214. The Bashful Cousin. /, Sturges. 

1843 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Not 
given. 

190. Stealing Milk. /. A. Sturges. 

1844 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 216 Thompson Street, 

105. The Beggar's Petition. 

205. The Image Pedler. 

267, Sam Weller. C. M. Leupp. 

328. Vesuvius, from Sorrento. 

347. Aqueducts on the Campagna of Rome. 

357. Florence from the Arno. 

1845 Address: Thompson Street. 
114. "Facing the Enemy." 

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EDMONDS, Francis William {continued) 

1845 {continued) 

227. The New Scholar. 

367. Sparking, Engraving by Alfred Jones from a Picture by 
Edmonds. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1846 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council; Member of the 
Committee of Arrangements. Address: Sixteenth Street. 

167. Lord Glenallen and Elspeth Macklebackit.* 

222. The Sleepy Student. 

300. Wood Scene — a Study from Nature. 

1847 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council; Member of the 
Committee of Arrangements. Address: Not given. 

187. The Orphan's Funeral. The Artist. 

1848 Recording Secretary; Member of the Council; Member of the 
Committee of Arrangements. Address: West Sixteenth Street. 

156. First Earnings. 
224. Trial of Patience. 

1850 Address: No. 15 West [i6th Street]. 
211. The Two Culprits. 

223. Courtship in New Amsterdam. 

1 85 1 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 15 West 16th Street. 

205. "What can a young Lassie do wi' and auld man." 
Burns. A. Art Union. 

1852 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: Not given. 

230. The Speculator. 

1853 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: Not given. 

154. Passage from Burns.* 

1854 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: Not given. 

162. Taking the Census. 

1855 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. 

1856 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: Bronxville. 

31. The Thirsty Drover. 
61. All Talk and no Work. 

1857 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: Bronxville, Westchester Co., N. Y. 

531. Time to Go. 

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EDMONDS, Francis William {continued) 

1858 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: Bronxville, N. Y. 

232. The Wind-Mill. 
537. The Pan of Milk. 
616. Bargaining. 

1859 Treasurer; Member of the Council; Member of the Committee 
of Arrangements. Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

313. The New Bonnet. 

i860 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. 

EDOUART (EDOUARD), Alexander (i 789-1 861) 

1849 Address: 609 Broadway. 

21. Group of Children. Samuel Joyce. 
79. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

165. La Bella Romano. For sale. 

181. View of Villa Pamphilia. For sale. 

301. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

EDWARDS, Charles 

Volunteer Lecturer on Antique Statues, 1 832-1 833, 1836- 1838. 
Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 833-1 860. Address: New York. 

183 1 Address: 20 Nassau Street. 

109. Pen Drawing — Vue du Tombeau d'Archimede. 

EFFIE, William (active 1833-1848) 

1833 Address: 53 Maiden Lane. 
48. Head of Christ. 
91. Landscape. For sale. 

1836 Address: 114 Canal Street. 
109. Portrait of a Lady. 

188. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

228. American Eclipse, Painted from Nature. For sale. 

1837 Address: 33 Canal Street. 
18. Portrait of a Boy Fishing. 

EGLAN, Max (active i860) 

i860 Address: jo^Yz St. Mark's Place. 
102. Study after Nature. 

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EHNINGER, John Whettcn (i 827-1 889) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1855, 1 859-1 860; Member, 
1860-1889. 

1853 Address: Now in Europe. 

178. Morning Reflection, after a Soiree in the Time of Louis XV, 

For sale. 
183. Courtship in the Time of Louis XV. For sale. 

1854 Address: 92 Tenth Street. 

20. The Dead Page. Mrs. J. L. O'SulUvan. 
59. The Yankee Pedlar. C. T. Cambrelin \sic\. 
144. Costume Picture of the Reign of Louis XV, "Down Stairs," 
For sale. 

146. The Tired Trooper. For sale. 

147. Costume Picture of the Reign of Louis XV, "Up Stairs," 
For sale. 

156. Windmill on the Coast of Normandy, G. T. Slion. 

157. The Village Belle's Toilette. For sale. 
2g6. American Farm Yard. For sale. 

303. Equestrian Portrait of Washington. For sale. 

1855 Address: 222 Greene Street. 
120. Sunshine. For sale. 

122. Shadow, For sale. 
191, "Quodlibet." For sale. 

1856 Address: Not given. 

75, The Sword. The Artist. 
183. The Gambler and Death. The Artist. 
213. Designs in India Ink, 

1857 Address: 34 Fourth Avenue. 

443. Love Me, Love My Horse. H. G. Stebbins. 

484. The Foray; Landscape. — Figures. For sale. Landscape by 

L. R. Mignot, Figures by J, W, Ehninger. 
538. Michael Angelo and his Masterpiece. E. L. Magoon. 

1858 Address: 34 Fourth Avenue, 
280, "Dolce far Niente." 

338. John Gilpin. Peter G. Stuyuesant. 

339. John Gilpin. Peter G. Stuyvesant. 
341. John Gilpin. Peter G. Stuyvesant. 
343. John Gilpin. Peter G. Stuyvesant. 

349, John Gilpin. Peter G. Stuyvesant. 

350, John Gilpin, Peter G. Stuyvesant. 

355, Christ Healing the Sick. Rev. Henry Anthon. 
393. The Trumpeter. Geo. L. Ronalds. 
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EHNINGER, John Whetten {continued) 
1858 {continued) 

^g6. The Ford. John Pyne. 

457. Lady Jane Grey. L. M. Rutherford. 

590. "Ars celare Artem." For sale. 
i860 Address: 34 Fourth Avenue. 
49. Priscilla. For sale. 

324. Damon and Pythias. For sale. 

373. Washington's First Interview with Mrs. Custis. John Pate. 

508. The Covenanter, For sale. 

617. The Shpper. For sale. 

ELLIOTT, Charles Loring (181 2-1 868) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1846; Member, 1847- 1868. 
1836 Address: Skaneateles. 

219. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. S. Norwood. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

203. Head of Skeneateles Lake. A. G. Jerome. 
253. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. G. Jerome. 

1840 Address: East Broadway. 

39. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. W. Brainerd. 
51. Portrait of a Young Lady. Capt. C. Vanderbilt. 
64. Portrait of a Young Gentleman. Capt. C. Vanderbilt. 
302. Jack Falstaff. For sale.* 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 

18. Full Length Portrait of the Hon. W. H. Seward. 

61. Portrait of a Gentleman. Thos. B. Fitch. 
169. Portrait of a Lady. F. V. D. Norton. 
202. Portrait of Mr. Dickinson, the Miniature Painter. C. L. 

Elliott. 
210. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1845 Address: Room 27, Granite Building. 

98. Portrait of an Artist. Jas. H. Cafferty. 
119. Capt. Ericsson. 

128. Frederick R. Spencer, N. Academy of Design. 
190. Study from Life. G. W. Austen. 
198. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
200. Portrait of a Lady. John Rice. 

220. Horace Kneeland, Sculptor. 

229. Portrait of a Child. /. P. Yelverton. 

1846 Address: Granite Buildings. 
24. Rev. T. H. Taylor, D.D. 

75. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. W. Lightbody. 

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ELLIOTT, Charles Lorini; {continued) 

1846 (continued) 

185. Portrait of an Artist. 5. Thayer. 

212, Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. Horatio Stone. 

215. "Old Knick." 5. Gaylord Clarl{e. 

223. Portrait of a Lady. W. H. Townsend. 

305. Capt. Nash De Cost. S. S. Brainerd. 

1847 Address: Granite Buildings. 

25. Ex-Governor Bouck. City of New-Yor)^. 
143. David Austen. G. W. Austen. 
170. A. M. Cozzens. 
198. Henry Inman. /. R. Clar}{. 
2.6^. Portrait of a Lady. W. H. Pecl(ha;n. 
296. J. E. Freeman. N. Academy of Design. 
334. Portrait of a Lady. /. B. Burnet. 

1848 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 14 Warren Street. 

141. Full Length Cabinet Portrait of a Texan Hunter. Mrs. 

Gideon Lee. 
179. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Hammersly. 
183. Fitz Green Halleck. Mr. Appleton. 
272. S. Anna Lewis. 

1849 Address: 497 Broadway. 
156, Portrait of an Artist. 
206. Portrait of a Lady. 
255. Portrait of a Child. 

1850 Address: Art Union Building. 
23. Portrait of an Artist. 

25. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

37. Portrait of an Artist. C. L. Elliott. 

81. Portrait of a Gendeman. P. H. Hodges. 
114. Portrait of an Artist. Win. S. Mount. 
119. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
130. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
158. Portrait of a Lady. L. M. Gillett. 
276. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Thomas. 
293. Portrait of a Lady. P. Van Courtland. 
355. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. E. Laight. 
360. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. F. V. Havalin. 

1 85 1 Address: Art Union Building, 

28. Portrait of a Lady. H. C. S hum way. 
61. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. S. Officer. 
68. Portrait of a Gentleman. Win. Tilden. 
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ELLIOTT, Charles Loring {continued) 

1 85 1 {continued) 

81. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. T. Longstreet. 
III. Portrait of a Lady. S. Gay lord Clar\, 
363. Portrait of a Lady. C. T. Longstreet. 

414. Portrait of a Lady. W. H. Green. 

1852 Address: Art Union Building. 

7. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. C. Griswold. 
14. Portrait of an Artist. E. D. Palmer. 

27. Sketch of the Hon. Albert Pike. 

53. Portrait of a Lady. jas. C. Griswold. 
383. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

415. Portrait of a Lady. 

449. Portrait of a Gendeman. Fredericl^ A. Delano. 

1853 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 497 Broadway. 

28. Portrait of a Gendeman. G. A. Worth. 
75. Portrait of a Lady. 

192. Portrait of a Child. Edwin Forrest. 
312, Portrait of a Child. Wm. Ol^ell. 
343. Portrait of a Lady. H^m. Mone. 
yjT.. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. 0\ell. 
388. Rev. Dr. Field. ]oseph F. Stone. 

391. Portrait of a Lady. 

422. Portrait of a Gentleman. James C. Griswold. 
433. Portrait of a Gendeman. Joseph Curtis. 
440. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1854 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 497 Broadway. 

21. Portrait of a Lady. David Leavitt. 

62. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

141. Portrait of a Gentleman. B. A. Chilton. 

299. Portrait of Bryant. R. W . Griswold. 

336. Caleb Lyon, of Lyonsdale. 

357. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. H. Hammer sly. 

392. Ex-Mayor Kingsland. City of New Yor\. 

1855 Address: 497 Broadway. 

18. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. M. T unison. 

24. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

50. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. A. Conover. 
no. Gov. E. C. West. Bellevue Hospital. 
203. Ja[me]s E. Freeman, N.A. National Academy. 

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ELLIOTT, Charles Loring {continued) 

1856 Address: 497 Broadway. 

36. Hon. Zadoc Pratt. G. W. Pratt. 

56. Portrait of a Lady, R. Phillips. 

90. Ex-Governor Washington Hunt. City of New-Yorf^. 
109. Falstaff. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 
154. Col. McKenny. C. L. Elliott. 

1857 Address: 497 Broadway. • 

17. A Gendeman. G. C. Lester. 

60. A Gendeman. ]as S. Wadsivorth. 

133. A Gentleman. Geo. W. Pratt. 

147. A Gendeman. T. W. Whitley. 

255. A Gendeman. T. B. Merric\. 

285. A Gendeman. August Georgeot. 

286. A Lady. Mrs. Georgeot. 
514. William T. Porter. 

1858 Address: 497 Broadway 

113. Daniel P. Ingraham. New-Yorl^ Bar. 

119. A Gendeman. Birdsall Cornell. 

139. A Lady. William Moller. 

489. A Lady, Geo. L. Kent. 

535. James T. Brady. /. T. Brady. 

539. Full-Length Portrait of Henry D. Bacon. Mer[cantile] 

Library Asso[ciatio]n St. Louis, Mo. 
541. A Gendeman. S. M. L. Barlotv. 
555, C, Godfrey Gunther, Bellevue Hospital. 
560, A Gentleman. J as. B. Glcnttvorth. 
62^. A Gentleman. L, W. Jerome. 

1859 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 497 
Broadway, 

200. A Lady. Joseph Goulding. 

388. Don Quixotte. Mrs. Smith. 

570. A Lady. 

620. Ex-Governor Enos T. Throop. Geo. W. Hatch. 

656. A Gentleman. Geo. W. Morton. 

668. Dr. J. C, Cheesman, 

715. A Gentleman. Jas. Wotherspoon. 

764. A Gentleman, 

i860 Address: 470 Broadway, 

205. A Gendeman. The Artist. 
209. A Gendeman. R. B. Brady. 
219. A Gendeman. John Harper. 
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ELLIOTT, Charles Loring {continued) 
i860 {continued) 

259. A Gentleman. 

341. A Boy. Wm. O. Seaver. 

458. A Lady. Franl{ Worth. 

650. A Gentleman. John A. Haggerty. 

ELLIS, Salathiel (active 1842-1864) 
1843 Address: 11 Tenth Street. 

315. Cameo Portraits. 
1844. Address: 247 Broadway. 

302. Frame of Cameo Miniatures. 

303. Medallion Head. F. H. Brown. 

304. Medallion Head. W. W. Chilton. 

305. Medallion Head. Rcf. W. S. Balch. 
1849 Address: Not given. 

97. Frame of Medallion Portraits. 
1852 Add7-ess: 83 Chambers Street. 
240. Dr. Kearny Rogers. 
247. Dr. Ed. Delafield. 

1857 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
386. Dr. Charnochan, in Marble. 

ELWELL, William S. (1810-1881) 
1840 Address: Not given. 

118. The Young Student. W. S. Elivell. 

EMBLER, A. H. (active 1858) 

1858 Address: 16 West 54th Street. 

633. A Gentleman — Bas Relief. /. C. Smith. 
635. A Lady — Bas Relief. 

EMERSON (EMMERSON), William 

Volunteer Lecturer on Literature, 1832-1833. Honorary Mem- 
ber, Amateur, 1833- 1860. Address: New York. 

EMMONS, Alexander Hamilton (1816-1879) 
1848 Address: Norwich, Connecticut. 
85. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

ENGLEMAN [ENGELMANN], Godefroy (1814-1897) 

Lithographer. Honorary Member, Professional, 1849- 1860. 
Address: Paris. 



ENGSTROM, A. B. (active 1837- 1846) 

1843 Address: Philadelphia. 

15. The Fruit Table. For sale. 

1844 Address: Philadelphia. 
387. Still Life. For scde. 

1845 Address: Philadelphia. 
310. Still Life. The Artist. 

1846 Address: Philadelphia. 
217. Landscape. The Artist. 

ENZING-MULLER, J. M. See MULLER, Johann Michael Enzing. 

EVERS, John (1797-1884) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 884. 

1830 Address: 61 Walker Street. 

62. View on Lake George. For sale. 

6^. View on Savannah River, near Augusta, Georgia. For sale. 

1835 Address: Not given. 

17. View near Fort Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain. H. Placide. 
50. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
61. View near Hackensack, N. J. 
206. View on the Savannah River. H. Placide. 

1837 Address: 61 Walker Street. 

108. Newtown, Long Island, from the heights. For sale. 

1839 Address: 61 Walker Street. 

115. View of the Mattewan Factory, near Fishkill. 
257. A View on Savannah River near Augusta, Ga. 

1846 Address: 36 Amity Street. 

307, Connecticut Pviver, near Windsor, Vermont. 

1850 Address: 36 Amity Street. 

257. Connecticut River, near Windsor, Vermont. For sale. 
288. Bridge near Troy, N. Y. For sale. 

354. Connecticut River — Ascutney Mountain. Dr. S. P. 
Townsend. 

1 85 1 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 36 
Amity Street. 

348. Baker's Falls — Sandy Hill, Hudson River. For sale. 

407. Junction of the Neversink and Delaware Rivers. For sale. 

1852 Address: 36 Amity Street. 
357. Lake Champlain. For sale. 

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EZDORFF, (active 1848) 

1848 Address: Not given. 

313. Landscape. James Hall. 

F , Miss J. A. 

1849 Address: Not given. 
274. Vegetable Piece. 

FAGNANI, Giuseppe (Joseph) (1819-1873) 

1852 Address: 886 Broadway. 
116. Faith in God. For sale. 
246. Portrait of a Lady, in Pastel. 

263. Portrait, a Child. Mrs. N. P. Willis. 
394. Portrait of a Child, Colored Crayons. 
302. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
358. Portrait of a Lady. 
361. Portrait of a Child. 
367. Portrait of the Artist. 

1853 Address: 278 Fourth Avenue. 

272. Portrait of a Lady in Pastel. Anthony Barclay. 
1855 Address: 278 Fourth Avenue. 

70. Portrait of a Gentleman. Robert B. Minturn. 

1857 Address: 791 Broadw^ay. 
33. Henry T. Tuckerman. 

124. Hon. John A. King. John A. King. 
218. The Water-Lilies. The Artist. 
269. Dr. E. H. Kane. Sir Henry L. Bulwer. 
358. Hon. Charles King. John A. King. 
420. Rev. Samuel Osgood. Dr. Osgood. 

1858 Address: Paris. 

419. A Lady. H. Berdan. 

FAIRFIELD, Miss Hannah T. (active 1836-1838) 

1836 Address: 26 Oliver Street. 

16. Portrait of a Lady. G. W. Tubner. 

1837 Address: 26 Oliver Street. 
94. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1838 Address: 60 Spring Street. 

17. Portrait of a Gentleman. Wm. A. Griggs. 

FALCONER, John M. (1820-1903) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1852-1860. 
1848 Address: Not given. 

259. Landscape, Water Colors. 

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FALCONER, John M. {con tin tied) 

1849 Address: 56 Maiden Lane. 
57. The Village Bridge. 

330. The Anglers, a Drawing. 

1850 Address: 56 Maiden Lane. 
332. Sundown Musings. 
334. Leisure Moments. 

1851 Address: 56 Maiden Lane. 
77. Prescott Gate, Quebec. 

263. Snake Hill. 

1852 Address: 56 Maiden Lane. 
224. Indian Lake. 

307 Old Grist Mill, West Milford, Passaic [County], N. J. 

1853 Address: 56 Maiden Lane. 
314. Snake Hill, N. J. 

1854 Address: Hudson Street, near Laight Street. 

243. Old Virginia, Group of Houses near Richmond. 
258. Mill on the St. Lawrence. 

1857 Address: 56 Maiden Lane. 

316. Part of the Barracks at Fort Pitt. 

321. House in Philadelphia, where Thomas Jefferson wrote the 
Declaration of Independence. 

1858 Address: 21 John Street. 

290. Sunset on the Creek. /. M. Falconer. 
313. The Pool in the Woods. /. M. Falconer. 

1859 Address: 82 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn. 
127. Twilight, Goat Island, Majorca. 

i860 Address: 82 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn. 
16. Sundown, Illinois Prairie. The Artist. 

FALINSKI, F. (active 1841) 

1 841 Address: 3 Chambers Street. 

137. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Reynolds. 

FALLER, C. (active 1853) 

1853 Address: 54 Bleecker Street. 

274. Looking out for a Wife; a Pen Sketch. For sale. 
285. Charity, a Crayon Drawing. 

FANSHAW, Samuel Raymond (1814-1888) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1842- 1888. 
1839 Address: i Cortlandt Street. 

43. Portrait of an Artist. N. Rogers. 

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FANSHAW, Samuel Raymond {continued) 

1839 {continued) 

155. Min[iature] Portrait of a Lady. S. R. Fanshaw. 

157. Min[iature] Por [trait] of a Gentleman. S. R. Fanshaw. 

1840 Address: Not given. 
136. Portrait of a Lady. 

193. Portrait of a Lady. S. R. Fanshaw. 

1 84 1 Address: 1 Cortlandt Street. 
243. Frame of Six Miniatures. 

296. Miniature of a Gentleman. Stephen Holt. 
322. Miniature of a Lady. A. Cunningham. 

1842 Address: i Cortlandt Street. 
131. Portrait of a Child. 

341. Miniature of a Lady. 
1844 Address: i Cortlandt Street. 

287. Miniature Portraits of Children. 
1846 Address: Not given. 

38. Portrait of a Lady. Gould. 

134. Portrait of a Gentleman. L. E. Rice. 

343. Miniature of a Lady. 

1848 Address: i Cordandt Street. 

250. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Levison. 
347. Miniature Portrait of a Gendeman. ]udge Jay. 

1857 Address: 363 Broadv^^ay. 

68. "Check" (Pencil). Mrs. Hastings. 
2.66. A Lady. 
292. A Child; Miniature. Bange. 

FARRER, O. (active i860) 

i860 Address: Not given. 

91. Girl Reading. R. Gordon. 

FARRER, Thomas Charles (1839-1891) 

i860 Address: Not given. 

68. "Check" (Pencil). Mrs. Hastings. 

108. J. H. Hill. 

109. Taking Mother's Place. 
116. Pencil Drawing. 

336. All Alone. Mrs. Hastings. 

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FAY, A. (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: Not given, 

252. Portrait of a Child. Wm. McMurray. 

285. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. Win. McMurray. 

FELTER, John D. (active 1848-1866) 
i860 Address: 22 John Street. 
41. Wood Enugravings. 

FERGUSON, Duncan (active 1 832-1 833) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 832-1 836. 

1832 Address: 373 Broadway. 
38. Portrait. 

1833 Address: 372 Broadway. 
116. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
119. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
121. Portrait of a Lady. 

FIGHT, Otto C. (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: 187 Spring Street. 

292. View near Tarrytown. For sale. 

FIELD, (active 1843) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

368. Frame of Three Miniatures, 

FIELD, D. W. (active 1839) 
1839 Address: Not given. 
III. Portrait of a Lady. 

FIELD, Mrs. Henry Martyn (c.1813-1875) 
(Henrietta Desportes) 
1858 Address: 102 East i8th Street. 

286. A Child. 
345. Crayon Head. 
557. Head of a Monk. 

FIELD, Marriott (active 1 839-1 857) 
1839 Address: 76 Beekman Street. 

4. Portrait of a Lady. 

5. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

6. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

7. Portrait of a Lady, 

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FIELD, Marriott {continued) 

1847 Address: Not given. 
351, Portrait of a Lady. 

1848 Address: Not given. 
312. Portrait of an Infant. 

1852 Address: 257 Broadway. 

5. Bridge and Brook, Peekskill. 
324. The Highlands from Peekskill. 

1853 Address: 333 Broadway. 
244. Study from Nature. 

FIELDING, Copley (1787- 1855) 
1835 Address: London. 

83. Brisk Gale. D. W. Coit. 
1855 Address: London. 

262. Snowdon: from Capel Curig. Ret/. E. L. Ma goon. 

FINK, Frederick (1817-1849) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 840-1 849. 

1835 Address: Greenwich Lane, at Mr. Morse's, 
14. Portrait. Greenough. 

176. Portrait of a Gentleman. Disbrow. 

201. Artist's Studio. 

1836 Address: New York University. 
145. Portrait of a Lady. 

185. Shipwrecked Mariners. For sale. 

211. Portrait of an Artist. 
233. Still Life. 

1837 Address: Albany. 

65. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
296. Young Thieves. 

1838 Address: Albany. 

21. Portrait of a Lady. 

23. Portrait of an Old Gentleman. 

34. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1839 Address: Albany. 

26. Por[trai]t of Mr. Lockwood. 
179. Portrait of Jesse Buel, Esq. 
275. Portrait of a Boy. 
287. Portrait of Rev. Dr. Sprague, of Albany. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

212. Portrait of Jay Welch Dutcher. /. 0. Davis. 

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FINK, Frederick {continued) 

1840 {continued) 

1-]^. Portrait of Andrew Johnson, Esq. 

1 841 Address: Albany. 

33. Portrait of the Hon. Daniel Cady. 

1842 Address: Albany. 

185. Head of an Old Man, a Study Painted in Paris. 
216. French Peasant Girl, Painted in Paris. 

1843 Address: Albany. 

14. Raphael's Last Illness. /. L. Schoolcraft. 

82. Before the Virgin. Mr. Wilder. 
1845 Address: Albany. 

165. A Greek. Mrs. J. Wood. 
179. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
235. J. L. Schoolcraft, Esq. 

1848 Address: Albany. 

155. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Mann. 

FINK, F. O. (active 1855) 
1855 Address: London. 

265. Ruined Temple, by Moonlight. Ret/. E. L. Magoon. 

FINKERNAGEL, Earnest (active 1851) 
1 85 1 Address: 397 Broadway. 

94. Morning Ischia — The Acqueduct Islands Viewed from 

Posilipo, near Naples. 
143. Shipwreck. For sale. 
204. Coast Scene — a Storm Coming Up. For sale. 

FISCHER, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: Baltimore. 

185. The Mischievous Boys. For sale. 

FISH, George G. (active 1849-1860) 

1858 Address: 609 Broadway. 

234. The Yankee Peddler. V. P. P. Curtis. 
307. A Boy. Henry King. 

1859 Address: 609 Broadway. 

315. Light and Shade. N. P. B. Curtis. 

Note: In the 1859 Catalogue, the artist's middle initial is given 
as "H." instead of G. 
i860 Address: 609 Broadway. 
5. The Captive. For sale. 

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FISHER, Alanson (i 807-1 884) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1843-1844, 1846-1884. 

1838 Address: 84 Broad Street. 
82. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
253. Portrait of a Lady. 
311. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1840 Address: 57 Bayard Street. 

Note: The artist's name is given only as A. Fisher and it is 
assumed, because of the New York address and the type of 
work exhibited, that the A. stands for Alanson and not for 
Alvan Fisher. 

66. Portrait of a Lady. 

94. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

q8. Portrait of a Gentleman. 



1 84 1 Address: 231 
36. Portrait of 
38. Portrait of 

177. Portrait of 
183. Portrait of 

1842 Address: 231 
82. Portrait of 
87. Portrait of 

149. Portrait of 
253. Portrait of 

1843 Address: 231 



39- 

57- 

113- 

157- 

235. 



Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 

1844 Address: 231 
29. Portrait of 
70. Portrait of 
83. Portrait of 

151. Portrait of 

1845 Address: 231 



9- 

17- 
33- 
47- 
53- 
247. 



Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 
Portrait of 



Grand Street. 

a Gentleman. 

a Gentleman. 

a Gentleman. 

a Lady. 

Grand Street. 

a Lady. 

a Lady. 

a Gentleman. 

a Gentleman. 

Grand Street. 

a Lady. 

a Lady. 

a Gendeman. 

a Gentleman. 

a Gentleman. 

Grand Street. 

a Lady. 

a Lady. /. A. Jennedy. 

a Gentleman. 

a Gendeman. 

Grand Street. 

a Gentleman. 

a Gendeman. 

a Lady. 

a Gentleman. 

a Lady. 

a Gentleman. 

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FISHER, Alanson {contituicd) 

1845 {continued) 

342, Portrait of a Gentleman. Abner Fisher. 

1846 Address: 231 Grand Street. 

43. Portrait of a Lady. 

105. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
126. Portrait of a Lady. 
201. Portrait of a Lady. 

1847 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 231 
Grand Street. 

57. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
180. Portrait of a Lady, 
223. Portrait of a Lady. 

1848 Address: Not given. 
139. Portrait of a Lady. 
276. Portrait of a Lady. 
282. Portrait of a Lady. 

1849 Address: 231 Grand Street. 
14. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

270. Ellen. 
1850. Address: 247 Grand Street. 
50. Portrait of a Child. 
316. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 85 1 Address: Art Union Building. 

126. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Stilwell. 
Portrait of a Gentleman. 
Portrait of a Gentleman, B. Pentz. 
Rev. D. W. Clark. 
Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1852 Address: Art Union Building. 
2. Portrait of a Lady. /. Heller. 

25. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. F. Price. 

44. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Sturges. 
121. Portrait of a Lady. 

1853 Address: 497 Broadvi^ay. 
25. Portrait of Rev. Thomas Armitage. 

Portrait of a Gentleman. Wright. 

Portrait of a Gentleman. C. M. Brady. 

Portrait of a Gentleman. Falconer. 

Portrait of a Gentleman, Geo. Heister. 
Portrait of a Gentleman, Wilson Small. 
Portrait of a Lady, Miss Predmass. 
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313- 
321, 
360. 
410, 



42. 
107, 
360, 
366, 
384, 
426, 



FISHER, Alanson {continued) 

1854 Address: 497 Broadway. 

55, Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. A. H. Purdy. 

57. Group of Children. W. R. Painter. 

74. Portrait of a Lady. 
125. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
351. Portrait of a Lady. 

1855 Address: 497 Broadway. 
73. Mrs. Morton. 

125. Portrait of a Lady. Arnest Fin/{. 

1856 Address: 497 Broadway. 

18. The late Rev. Spencer H. Cone, D.D. 

28. Master John Howard. Geo. G. Howard 
112. Portrait of a Lady. 
146. George G. Howard. George G. Howard 

1857 Address: 497 Broadway. 

66. A Gendeman. Miles. 

127. Miss Kate Fox. Miss Kate Fox. 
164. Gabriel Harrison. 
437. Mrs. Wright. 
451. H. C. Vail. 
501. A Lady. 

1858 Address: 497 Broadway. 
104. Mrs. Vail. 

127. Mrs. Fox. 

164. Charles Whiting. 

509. James R. Whiting. /. R. Whiting. 

548. A Child. 

1859 Address: 497 Broadway. 
268. Daniel Burtinett. 
284. A Lady. 

311. O. P. Wheeler. 
727. Mrs. J. Butler. 

i860 Address: 470 Broadway. 
427. Mrs. Austin. 
462, Dr. Mark Stephenson. 
468. Joseph Kyle. 
563. A Gentleman. 
651. Mrs. Lewis. 

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FISHER, Alvan (1792-1863) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 827-1 863. 

1826 Address: Boston. 

28. Race Horse Eclipse. 
74. The Falls of Niagara. 
88. Falls of Niagara. 

163. Engraving by C. C. Wright of Duroc, from a Painting by 
A. Fisher. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1827 Address: Boston. 

38. Cattle, and Landscape. 

74. Portrait of Duroc. 

75. Portrait of an Eclipse Colt. 

1828 Address: Boston. 

97. Landscape and Cattle. 
119. Landscape and Cattle. 
1831 Address: Boston. 

25. Portrait of a Race Horse. C. H. Hall. 

41. Portrait of Duroc. C. H. Hall. 

51. The Falls of Niagara. C. H. Hall. 

94. Falls of Niagara. C. H. Hall. 
122. Portrait of Eclipse. C H. Hall. 
139. Catde Piece. C. H. Hall. 

1833 Address: Boston. 

24. Stable Scene. For sale. 

25. Stable Scene. For sale. 

41. Cattle Piece. For sale. 

42. Landscape. For sale. 
108. Portrait of Boy and Dog. 

1838 Address: Boston. 

159. Portrait of a Child. 

1845 Address: Boston. 

72. Game and Dogs. The Artist. 

157. Landscape, with Figures: from Washington Irving's "Rocky 
Mountain Scenery." The Artist. 

FISHER, John Kendrick (1807- after 1853) 

1834 Address: Not given. 
4. Portrait of a Lady. 

102. Portrait of a Gentleman, 
no. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1853 Address: Broadway. 

99. Portrait of C. Van Doren. 
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FISHER, John Thomas (d. i860) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1848-1860. Address: New York. 

FISHER, WiUiam (active 1848) 

1848 Address: London. 

24, The Blind Pilgrim. /. Nicholson.* 

FITCH, John Lee (1836- 1895) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1870-1895. 

i860 Address: Hartford, Connecticut. 

150. The Zug Spitz in the Bavarian Tyrol. For sale. 

428. Scene on the River Inn. For sale. 

639. The Drei Thor Spitzen, Tyrol. For sale. 

FLAGG, George Whiting (i 816-1897) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1843; Honorary Member, Profes- 
sional, 1 844-1 851; Member of the Academy, 1 852-1 897. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

1. Falstaff Playing King. 

57, Portrait of a Lady Sleeping. 

87. Murder of the Princes in the Tower. 

1835 Address: Not given. 

2. Female Head. 

52. Lady Jane Grey Preparing for Execution, 
167. Mother and Child. 

217. Lady and Parrot. 
229. Young Woodchopper, 

1836 Address: Not given. 

53. Hubert and Arthur. 
167. Savoyard Musician. 
170. A Nun. 

199. Chess. 

207. The Match Girl. 

1840 Address: Boston. 

139. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1842 Address: New Haven. 

27. Judith and Holofernes.* 
198. Portrait of a Young Boy. Mrs. Leffingwell. 

1843 Address: New Haven. 
21. The Lover Dismissed. 

49. Portrait of a Lady. John Holister. 
74. Dolci Far Nienti. 

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FLAGG, George Wliiling {cotitinucd) 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 

6-^. Half-Length of a Lady. For sale. 
102. Bianca Visconti. N. P. Willis. 
115. Portrait of Ja[me]s G. Percival. N. Weel{s. 
156. Thomson's Lavinia. For sale.* 
159. Girl's Frolic. A^. F. Willis. 
208. The Widow.* 
1846 Address: Lafarge Buildings. 

10. Full length of a Boy. Geo. Pride. 

14. Camilla and Gil-Bias. A. PT. Wee\s. 
181. Queen of Sheba's Visit to King Solomon. H. N. Weel{s. 
255. Return of Jeptha. N. Wee\s. 
299. Spanish Lady. Caleb Lyon. 

1850 Address: Stoppani's Buildings. 

51. Lorenzo and Jessica. For sale.* 
92. Portrait of a Lady. N. P. Willis. 

1851 Address: 396 Broadway. 

2. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. McVicl{er. 

177. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Brougham. 

184. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Brougham. 

215. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. P. Phelps. 

366. Portrait of a Gentleman. M. McVic\er. 

400. Portrait of a Lady. 

FLAGG, Lieutenant Henry Collins, U.S.N. (1812-1861/65) 
1837 Address: New Haven. 

302. Peruvians, with a View near Lima. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

181. Pike Fishing. H. C. Flagg. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 
297. Italian Composition. 

1845 Address: New Haven. 

46. Landscape, Composition. 

FLAGG, Jared Bradley (i 820-1 899) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 848-1 849; Member of the 
Academy, 1 850-1 899. 

1837 Address: New Haven. 
230. Portrait of Capt. Polk. 

1838 Address: New Haven. 

19. Portrait of H. C. Flagg, Esq., Mayor of New-Haven. 
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FLAGG, Jared Bradley (cotrtinued) 

1839 Address: Newark. 

66. Portrait of G. G. Ross, Esq. G. G. Ross. 
193. Portrait of a Lady. Reif. Dr. Chapman. 
200. Portrait of Rev. Dr. Chapman. Rev. Dr. Chapman. 
223. Portrait of a Gendeman. James Allen. 

1840 Address: Hartford. 

69. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

214. Portrait of Bishop Brownell. Bishop Brownell. 
227. Portrait of a Lady. /. B. Flagg. 
235. Portrait of a Lady. 

1847 Address: Hartford, Connecticut. 
94. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

188. Portrait of a Lady. 

1848 Address: 396 Broadway, and Hartford. 
151. The Poet's Captive. For sale. 

167. Rev. Dr. Bushnell. Athcsneum Gal., N. H. 
200. Happy Childhood. For sale. 

1849 Address: 396 Broadway and Hartford. 

64. Scene from Measure for Measure. For sale* 
166, Portrait of a Lady. H. C. Shumway. 
288. Portrait of a Gendeman. Dr. A. K. Gardiner. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

79. Portrait of a Lady. Thos. Harward. 
160. Portrait of a Lady. 
188. Holy Thoughts. For sale. 

231. Portrait of a Child, after Death. Wood. 

383. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. H. Webb. 
290. Portrait of Rev. Dr. Stone. 

1 85 1 Address: 396 Broadway. 

70. Mrs. E. Oakes Smith. 
109. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
347. Portrait of Dr. Hart. 

395. Paul before Felix and Druisella. Mr. Grosvenor. 

1852 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: New 
Haven, Conn. 

24. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. J. Flagg. 

393. Portrait of a Lady. A. K. Gardner. 
1854 Address: New Haven, Connecticut, 

385. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1856 Address: 34 Remsen Street, Brooklyn. 

149. The Bride. /. B. Flagg. 

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FLAGG, Jarcd Bradley {continued) 

1857 Address: 34 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, 
267. A Portrait. Rev. H. Croswcll. 

1858 Address: 41 Remsen Street, Brooklyn. 
453. A Lady. 

1859 Address: 41 Remsen Street, Brooklyn. 
359. Portrait of a Child. F. Hazen. 

584. Christ Writing with His Finger on the Ground: Study for a 
Picture. 

FLANDOREN. See SCHUSTER, S., 1853. 

FLATER, C, (active 1831) 
1 83 1 Address: London. 

96. Domestic Scene. P. Hone. 

FLATTZ, (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

74. St. Cecelia. Marquand. 

FOLINGSBY, Mrs. (active 1859) 

1859 Address: Appleton's 346 Broadway. 

300. Monastery, Brannenburg, Bavarian Tyrol. 

456. Bavarian Alps, from Lake Chiem, Bavarian Tyrol. 

FOLINGSBY, George Frederick (i 828-1 891) 
1859 Add7'ess: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
744. A Lady. 

FOLO, Johannes 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1837- 1860. Address: Italy. 

FOLSOM, Mrs. C. A. (or E. A.) (active 1837-1838) 

1837 Address: 66 Beekman Street. 
151. Miniature of a Child. 

1838 Address: 66 Beekman Street. 

13. Portrait of a Boy. 

14. Portrait of a Boy, 

46, Portrait of a Gendeman, 
118. Miniature of a Gentleman. H. Lawrence. 
126. Miniature of a Lady. 
Note: The artist's name is given as Mrs. E. A, Folsom in the 
index, as Mrs. C. A. Folsom with nos. 13, 14, 46, and 126, 
and Mrs. Folsom with no. 118. 
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FORBES, Edwin (1839-1895) 

i860 Address: Corner Seventh and Bloomfield Streets, Hoboken. 
61. Noonday Rest. /. H. Chambers. 

FORDHAM, George W. (active 1859) 
1859 Address: 100 Thompson Street. 

182. Lower Genesee Falls, near Rochester. For sale. 

FOREMAN, Miss S. N. (active 1854) 
1854 Address: 5 Broadway. 
216. Composition, 

FORT, Theodore (active 1849) 
1849 Address: London. 

240. A Horse. Henry J. Brent. 

FOWLER, Trevor Thomas (active 1829-1858) 

1837 Associate of the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. Address: 
294 Broadway. 

45. Portrait of a Lady. 

85. The Detected Love-letter. 

88. Andrew Gill, aged 113 years, his Longevity Has Been Attrib- 
uted to Strict Temperance; He never Indulged in Strong 
Drink. 

97. The Toilet of the Olden Time. 
105. Portrait. 

1838 Address: 385 Broadway. 

51. Portrait of Aaron Clark, Esq., Mayor of the City of New- 
York. 
55. Portrait of Augusta, Second Daughter of C. A. Clinton, Esq. 

C. A. Clinton. 
66. Whole Length Portraits of a Lady and Child. 
288. Portrait of a Lady, Full Length. 

FOX, T. (active 1840) 

1840 Address: 2 Bedford Place, Commercial Road, London. 

33. Min[iature] Portrait of Thomas Fox, Esq. Mrs. G. 
Newcombe. 

FRANCHESCHINI, V. (active 1853) 
1853 Address: Italy. 

381. Landscape. Thomas A. Davies. 
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FRANCIA, A. T. (active 1853) 

1853 Address: Not given, 

133. Naval Engagement between the Wasp and the Frolic\. 
E. P. Beach. 

FRANCOIS, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: Paris. 

99. Mignon and her Father, Painted by Ary Schefifer. 

FRANCOIS, Alexander (1824-1912) 

1 85 1 Address: 153 Third Avenue. 
155. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
333. La Belle Rose. 

FRANERD, (active 1843) 

1843 Address: London. 
304. Cottage. For sale. 

FRANKENSTEIN, Godfrey N. (i 820-1 873) 
1847 Address: Cincinnati. 

335. Scene on Mill Creek, near Cincinnati. The Artist. 

1854 Address: 16 Crosby Street. 

117. Falls of Niagara — from the Canadian Side. Geo. P. Shears. 

214. View in the Bank Lick Valley, Kentucky, B. F. Sandjord. 
2ig. Portraits. G. N. Frankenstein. 

234, View in the Bank Lick Valley, Kentucky, B. F. Sandjord. 

FRANKENSTEIN, John A. (1817-1881) 
1847 Address: Cincinnati. 

186. Western Scene. The Artist. 

284. Scene, in the Knobs of Indiana near Louisville. The Artist. 

FRANQUINET (FRANQUINES), William Hendrik (1785-1854) 

1840 Address: Not given. 

I. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Underwood. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

270. Portrait of the late President Harrison. 

ERASER (FRAZER), (active 1850) 

1850 Address: Not given. 
310. Sympathy. For sale. 

FRASER (FRAZER), Charles (1782-1860) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 834-1 860. 
1826 Address: Charleston, South Carolina. 
124. A Group of Heads. 

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FRASER, John. See FRAZER. 

FRAZEE, Charles 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 831-1833, Address: New 

York. 

Note: This may possibly be an error in listing the name of 

Charles Fraser (q.v.). 

FRAZEE, John (1790-1852) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 836; Associate Member, 1837- 
1840; Honorary Member, Professional, 1841-1842; 1845-1852. 

1826 Address: Broadway. 

[181.] Bust of Gen. La Fayette. 
[182.] Bust of a Lady, Inscribed "Mother." 

Note: These entries are not numbered in the catalogue. Numbers 
are supplied by the compiler. 

1827 Address: Broadway. 
5. Bust of Himself. 

1832 Address: Broadway. 

3. (p. 13). John Jay, Esq. Statue. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

174. Bust of N. Prime, Esq. 

175. Bust of N. Bowditch, LL.D. 

1 84 1 Address: New York. 

339. Bust of H. C. Shumway, Esq. 

FRAZER. See also FRASER. 

FRAZER (FRASER), John (active 1849-1850) 

1849 Address: Poughkeepsie. 

313. Rolla at School. For sale. 

1850 Address: Poughkeepsie. 
248. The Swing. For sale. 
296. Deer. For sale. 

311. A Woman Knitting. For sale. 

326. The Grave of Bessie Bell and Mary Gray. Mrs. Lee. 

FREDERICKS, Alfred (active 1853-1856) 

1853 Address: 564 Broadway. 

224. Twilight on the Coast. For sale. 

1856 Address: 564 Broadway. 

53. Smugglers. A. Fredericks. 
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FREEMAN, Miss Anna Mary (active 1842-1859) 
1846 Address: 68 Varick Street. 

239. Geo[rge] Vandenhofl. 

249. Miniature of a Lady. S. E. Howard. 
1849 Address: Not given. 

230. Mrs. Frances H. Greene. 
1 85 1 Address: 539 Houston Street. 

274. Miniature Portrait of a Young Lady. George E. Waring. 

288. Sketch of the Author of "Home, Sv^^eet Home." 
Mad[emois]elle Jenny Lind. 
1854 Address: N. Y. University. 

171. Miniature Portrait. Mr. Osgood. 

178. Miniature Portrait. A. M. Freeman. 
1856 Address: N. Y, University. 

259. Sketch of a Lady. Wm. Churdwic\. 

287. Charles Sedgwick. Miss Cathn. Sedgwicl^. 
1859 Address: 627 Broadway. 

102. Robert Goldbeck. 

135. Lady (Miniature). 

136. Lady (Miniature). E. Arnold. 

137. Lady (Miniature). /. L. Waring. 

FREEMAN, George (i 787-1 868) 

1842 Address: 46 Franklin Street. 

334. Portrait of Mrs. Stevenson, Lady of the Late Minister to 

London. 
355. Miniature of a Child. 

1843 Address: 404 Houston Street. 

348. Portrait of H. R. H. the Duke of Sussex, Taken from Life. 

349. Portrait of H. M. Queen Victoria, Taken from Life. 

1844 Address: 404 Houston Street. 

373. Portrait of a Gentleman. • 

393. Frame Containing Seven Miniatures — 

No. I. Study, a Magdalen. 

No. 2. James Brown, Esq. 

No. 3. Mrs. James Brown. 

No. 4. Portrait of a Lady. 

No. 5. Mrs. William Greenway, 

No. 6. President Tyler. 

No. 7. Miss McLeod. 
1 85 1 Address: 539 Houston Street. 

287. Portrait of a Philadelphia Beauty. 
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FREEMAN, George {continued) 

1854 Address: Room i, N. Y. University. 
175. Portrait of a Lady. 

1856 Address: N. Y. University. 
261. Portrait of an English Lady, 

1857 Address: N, Y. University. 
293. Miss Britton; Miniature. 

299. A French Lady; Miniature. 

300. A Study; Miniature. 

FREEMAN, James Edward (1808-1884) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1832; Member, 1 833-1 884. 

1829 Address: Fulton Street, 

27, Portrait of a Gentleman, 

1830 Address: Frankfort, 
113. Portrait of a Lady, 
120, Portrait of a Child, 

1 83 1 Address: Harman Street, 

140. Portrait of an Old Revolutionary Soldier. 
170, Little Girl and Book, 
172, Portrait of the Artist. 

1832 Address: 40 Harman Street. 
128. Group of Portraits. 

176. Portrait. Dr. Anderson. 

1833 Address: Beekman Street. 
55. Portrait. 

131. Full Length Portrait of a Litde Girl. Mr. Pearsall. 

144. Portrait of a Child. Mr. Steward. 

1834 Address: Not given. 
67. Portrait of a Lady. 

1835 Address: Not given. 

145. Portrait of a Lady. 

154. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

161. Portrait of a Lady. Noyes, of Utica. 

1836 Address: Albany. 

65. The Sailor Boy, a Sketch. 
128. Boy's Head, a Study. 

176. "Poor Jacob," the Last of the Yoncers. /. A. Dix. 
183. Portrait of John Bryan, Esq. 
1838 Address: Albany. 

II. Head of St. John, John Lee. 

39, Brigand. /. /. Morgan. 

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FREEMAN, James Edward {continued) 

1838 {continued) 

243. Barbe Bianca. /. /. Morgan. 
245. Portrait. 

1839 Address: Albany. 

58. Portraits of Brothers. ]as. Edwards. 
109. Portrait of a Gentleman. John Dix. 
276. Portrait of a Young Lady. M. T. Reynolds. 
284. Massaniello — Painted at Rome. Eli Hart. 

1840 Address: Albany. 

114. Indian Girl. Win. C. Noyes. 

145. Portrait of General J. A. Dix. John J. Morgan. 

175. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1841 Address: Ancona, Italy. 

165. Portrait of a Boy. /. /. Coddington. 
192. Portrait of a Gentleman. N. Academy of Design. 
1843 Address: Rome. 

31. Italian Peasant Girl at Prayer. 

1845 Address: Rome. 

45. Cupid and Psyche. /. L. Schoolcraft. 

64. Italian Beggar Children. /. L. Schoolcraft. 

1846 Address: Not given. 

129. [A German Noble of the Last Crusade.] /. W. Williams.* 
Note: The title of the painting, which was omitted in the 
catalogue, has been taken from the descriptive quotation ac- 
companying the entry. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

359. A Study for an Angel, in a Composition of the Marys at 
the Tomb of Christ. 

1852 Address: Aurora, Cayuga County, N. Y. 
34. Portrait of a Gentleman. Henry Wells. 

1853 Address: Now in Europe. 

26. Costume Picture. Benj. R. Winthrop. 
1856 Address: Rome. 

8. The Laughing Girl. J as. S. Wads worth. 
25. Flower Girl. J as. S. Wadstvorth. 
215. Roman Peasant Girl. Jas. S. Wadsworth. 

FRENCH, J. See TRENCH, Joseph. 

FRERICHS, William A. C. (1829-1905) 
1852 Address: 303 24th Street. 

243. Gen[era]l Narciso Lopez. By C. W. A. Frerichs. 

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FRIPP, George Arthur (1813-1896) 
1856 Address: London, England. 

270. Caesar's Tower, Sussex. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 

FROTHINGHAM, James (1786-1864) 

Member of the Academy, 1 832-1 864. 
1828 Address: 3 Courdandt Street. 
51. Portrait of a Boy. 
83. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
99. Portrait of Cyrus Perkins, M.D. 
1830 Address: Courtlandt Street. 

I. Portrait of a Gentleman. Halsey. 



3. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. 


Parser. 


12.. Portrait of a Lady. 




13. Portrait of a Gendeman. 




37. Portrait of a Gentleman. 


Mr. Clover. 


39. Portrait of a Lady. 




75. Portrait of a Gentleman. 




114. Portrait of a Lady. 




128. Portrait of a Lady. 




143. Portrait of a Gendeman. 


Richard Riker. 



1832 Address: 61 Fulton Street (Parker & Clover's). 

3. Portrait of Sig'r. Da Ponte. Sig'r. Da Ponte. 
20. Portrait of the Late Dr. Mitchill. 

67. Portrait. 
196. Portrait. 

1833 Address: 61 Fulton Street, 
63. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

68. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
114. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
124. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

24. Portrait of W. C. Bryant, Esq. 
26. Portrait of S. Swartw^out, Esq. 

1835 Address: Not given. 

4. Child's Head. 

22. Portrait. General Sandford. 

46. Portrait of J. Campbell, Esq. 
151. Portrait of a Lady. 
215. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
228. Portraits of Tw^o Children. 

1836 Address: Vesey Street. 
120. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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FROTHINGHAM, James {cotitinned) 
1836 {continued) 

163. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

187. Portrait of Hon. Daniel Webster. 



837 Address: Vesey 


Street. 




40. 


Portrait of a 


Gentleman. 




89. 


Portrait of a 


Gentleman. 




92. 


Portrait of George Jones, Esq., 


the Tragedian, 


169. 


Portrait of a 


Gentleman. 




245. 


Portrait of a 


Lady. 




274. 


Portrait of a 


Lady. 




279. 


Portrait of E 


\. Thomas, Esq. 




[838 Address: Vesey 


Street. 





F. S. Agate. 



11. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

60. Portrait of John Trumbull, Esq. 

99. Portrait of a Lady, 
no. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
116. Portrait of a Lady. 
198. Portrait of a Lady. 

259. Portrait of J. Hoxie, Esq. S. T. Tisdale. 
290. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
296, Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1839 Member of the Council. Address: 48 Vesey Street. 
32. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

97. Portrait of a British Naval Officer. Rear Ad'l. Walton, R.N. 
281. Group of Two Children. 

1840 Address: 48 Vesey Street. 
63. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

191. Portrait of a Lady. 
194. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

220. Portrait of Gen. Hamilton. Brooklyn Hamilton Literary 
Association. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

83. Portrait of the Ex-Mayor of Brooklyn, C. P. Smith, Esq. 
Common Council of Brooklyn. 

1844 Address: Sands Street, Brooklyn. 
35. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

128. Portrait of a Gendeman. S. C. Taylor. 

1845 Member of the Council; Corresponding Secretary; Member of 
the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 34 Sands Street. 

29. Hon. Joseph Sprague, ex-Mayor of Brooklyn. 

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FROTHINGHAM, James {continued) 

1846 Address: 34 Sands Street, Brooklyn. 
235. Portrait of a Gentleman. F. Harper. 

1847 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 34 Sands Street, Brooklyn. 

140. Rev. Dr. Bangs. 
162. Rev. T. B. Thayer. 
213. Ex-Mayor Harper. Ralph Mead. 
226. Portrait of a Child. 
1853 Address: Brooklyn. 

20. Portrait of a Gentleman. John Smith. 
431. Portrait of a Gentleman. Perrin. 

FROTHINGHAM, Miss Sarah C. (1821-1861) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1841-1844, 1846-1860. 

1837 Address: Brooklyn. 
161. Miniature. 

1838 Address: Brooklyn. 

134. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

1840 Address: 48 Vesey Street. 

11. Min[iature] of a Gentleman. 

12. Min[iature] of a Gentleman. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 
295. Miniature of a Lady. 
299. Miniature of a Lady. 

1842 Address: Brooklyn. 
328. Miniature of a Lady. 

339. Min[iature] of a Gentleman. 
347. Miniature of a Gentleman. 
353. Miniat[ure] of a Gentleman. 
1845 Address: 34 Sands Street, Brooklyn. 
355. Miniature Portrait. 

FUECHSEL, Herman (1833-1915) 

1859 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 

176. Gasan Valley, Southern Germany, Outlet of the Gasan Lake. 

For sale. 
302. Ocker Valley — Hantz Mountains, Germany. For sale. 
772. Catskill Falls. For sale. 
i860 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 

I. On the Top of Mount Kearsearge, North Conway, N[ew] 
H[ampshire]. 
574. New- York Bay, from Staten Island. August Belmont. 

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FULLER, Dudley B. (died 1868) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1842-1860. Address: New York. 

FULLER, George (i 822-1 884) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 854-1 884. 
1849 Address: 609 Broadway. 
226. Crayon Portrait. 

1852 Address: 157 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 
77. Portrait of a Child. Wm. Smitty. 

355. Portrait of a Lady. 

1853 Address: 159 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 
68. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. Dumphy. 

188. Portrait of a Lady. G. Fuller. 

261. Crayon Portrait of a Child. F. Bryant Godwin. 

333. Portrait of a Lady. Miss Dudgeon. 

1854 Address: 159 Adantic Street, Brooklyn. 
135. Portrait of a Lady. B. Brown. 
305. Portrait of a Lady. 

1855 Address: 159 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 
141. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. B. Conant. 
207. George Fuller. National Academy. 

1856 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 
52. H. K. Brown, N.A. 

166. Head of a Child. 

1857 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 
175. A Lady. S. P. Avery. 

i860 Address: Now in Europe. 
300. After the Bath. 

FULLER, Samuel W. (1838-1839) 

1838 Address: Not given. 
45. Landscape. 

1839 Address: Not given. 
19. Landscape. For sale. 

184. Fruit piece. For sale. 

FULTON, Miss Julia (1810-1848) 
(Mrs. Charles Blight) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827; Associate Member, 1828-1851. 

FULZNER, P. (active 1842) 
1842 Address: Not given. 

331. Flower Piece, in Body Colors. For sale. 
337. Flower Piece, in Body Colors. For sale. 
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FURNACE [FURNESS], William Henry, Jr. (1827-1867) 
Honorary Member, Professional, 1862. 
i860 Address: Not given. 
602. A Lady. 
628. A Lady. W. Haseltine. 

FUSSELL, Joseph (active 1831) 
1 83 1 Address: England. 

106. St. Vincent's Rocks, near Bristol, Somersetshire, Eng[land]. 
A. J. Mason. 

GALLAGHER, J. (active 1841) 
1 84 1 Address: London. 

337. Bust of Mrs. G. Newcombe. 

GAMAIN, L. (active 1847) 

1847 Address: Paris. 

358. Marine, Water Colors. G. Chouquet. 

GAMBARDELLA, Spiridione (active 1838-1868) 

1838 Address: 80 Prince Street. 
15. Portrait of Dr. F. Foresti. 

1839 Address: 80 Prince Street. 
23. Caius Gracchus. 

206. A Young Lady. Canda. 

216. Dr. Channing. 
238. Portia. 

GARRETT, John W. B. (active c. 1852-1858) 

1857 Address: 709 54 Broadway. 
52. A Lady of Alabama. 

414. Wm. H. Browne. 

1858 Address: 222 Adams Street, Brooklyn. 
108. A Gentleman. 

383. A Lady. 

527. A Gentleman. 

618. A Gentleman. P. M. Sharp. 

GATES, T. G. (active 1848) 

1848 Address: corner 99th Street and Bloomingdale Road. 
220. Magdalen and Angel. 

228. Moses on the Mount, 

Note: The artist's middle initial is given as "F." instead of G. 
after no. 228. 

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GAUNTT, Jeflerson (active 1828-1857) 
1834 Address: Not given. 

47. Portrait of an Infant. 
133. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Willets. 
1838 Address: Brooklyn. 
56. Portrait of a Lady. 
209. Portrait of Dr. Cook, of Brooklyn. 
1843 Address: Baltic Street, Brooklyn. 
149. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
267. Portrait of a Lady. 

GAY, Edward B. (1837-1928) 

1858 Address: Albany, N. Y. 
227. Brook Study. For sale. 

372. A Bit on West Brook, Warren County, N. Y. For sale. 

1859 Address: Albany, N. Y. 

8. The Old Saw Mill. E. D. Palmer. 
432. Scene on the Mohawk. For sale. 
779. The Meadow Corner. For sale. 

GAY, Henry B. (active 1852-1854) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 854-1 860. Address: New York. 
1852 Address: 12 Broad Street. 

270. Newtown Creek. 

1854 Address: 57 West 28th Street. 
183. The Studio. 

GAY, William Allen (active 1849-1860) 
1849 Address: Paris. 

271. View on the Seine.* 
284. View on the Seine.* 

1859 Address: Boston, Mass. 

615. From West Campton, New Hampshire. For sale. 
i860 Address: Hingham, Mass. 

168. Gun Rock Beach. For sale. 

309. Roadside, Shelburne, N[ew] H[ampshire]. For sale. 

332. Old Salt Mill. For sale. 

450. Sandy Beach, Cohassett. 

471. Cuba Dam, Cohassett. For sale. 

493. Weymouth River. For sale. 

495. Hookly Lane, Hingham. Samuel G. Ward. 

559. Strait's Pond, Cohassett. T. E. Parser. 

600. Sandy Beach, Cohassett. Hetiry A. Whitney. 

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GAYLORD, C. S. (active 1841-1848) 
1 84 1 Address: Catskill. 

149. Furnace at Bull's Falls, on the Housatonuc [sic] River. For 

sale. 
164. Composition, Highland Scenery, Hudson. For sale. 

1844 Address: Gaylord's Bridge, Conn. 
26. Landscape. For sale. 

162. A Sketch. For sale. 

247. View^ on the Housatonac [sic]. For sale. 

1845 Address: Not given. 
212. Evening. The Artist. 

1846 Address: Gaylord's Bridge, Connecticut. 
57. The Lone Lake. The Artist. 

200. Shore Scene. 

334. The Ploughed Field. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Gaylord's Bridge, Connecticut. 
279. The Forest Brook. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Gaylord's Bridge, Connecticut. 
172. Boy Milking. The Artist. 

303. Sunset. For sale. 

GEDNEY, G. W. (active 1 838-1 840) 

1838 Address: Not given. 
264. Landscape. F. Clar\. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

76. Portrait of a Lady. G. W . Gedney. 

GEIB, G. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: Not given. 

221. Viev\^ of the Catskill Falls. 

GEIRGON (GIERGON), (active 1837) 

1837 Address: Not given. 

84. View of the Country-seat of John C. Delolme, with a View 
of the Lake of Geneva and Mont Blanc. A. A. Melley. 

GENISON, (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

157. Interior of the Cathedral of Bruges. Hon. }. A. Dix. 

GEOPSEY, (active 1839) 

1839 Address: Not given. 

54. The Gipsy Bride. Mrs. Ward. 

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GERARDI, (active 1832) 

1832 Address: Not given. 
II. Landscape. 
17. Landscape. 

GERKE, J. P. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 259 Broadway. 
234. Portrait of Mrs. Flugge. 

GERMON, John D. (active 1835-1858) 

1836 Address: 320 Pearl Street. 

35. Frame with Four Miniatures. 

1837 Address: Not given. 

2. Miniature of a Lady. 

GEROSA, Guiseppe (active 1849) 
1849 Address: 35 Dey Street. 

119. Taking Down from the Cross. For sale. 

150. Portrait of a Lady. 

157. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

201. A Madonna and Child. For sale. 

243. The Chief Daughter. For sale. 

299. A Group of Children. For sale. 

GERRY, Samuel Lancaster (1813-1891) 

1858 Address: 16 Summer Street, Boston, Mass. 
380. A Weedy Nook. For sale. 

398. May's Pond, Roxbury, Mass. For sale. 
412. Valley of the Pemigewasset. For sale. 
556. A Grassy Pool. For sale. 

1859 Address: Roxbury, Mass. 

575. Wood Study at Mount Desert, Maine. For sale. 
683. Study in the Catskill Clove. For sale. 

711. Early Morning in Winter, on the Winnepisseoge. For sale. 
719. The Northern Slopes of Mount Lafayette. For sale. 
742. A Suburban Spot in Winter. For sale. 
i860 Address: Roxbury, Mass. 

159. The Ruins of Bolton Abbey, England. A. W. Morgan. 

GESCHEIDT, Morris (active 1838) 

1838 Address: 262 Broome Street. 

226. Cathedral of Messina. For sale. 

269. Santa Maria Delia Catena, Church in Palermo. For sale. 
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GHEGUIER, Alexis de (active 1858) 
1858 Address: Paris. 

394. Flowers and Fruit. M. Knoedler. 

GIBBS [GIBBES], Robert Wilson, M.D. (1809-1866) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 850-1 860. Address: Columbia, 
South Carolina. 

GIBSON, William 

Sculptor. Honorary Member, Professional, 1833- 1860. Ad- 
dress: Rome. 

GIFFORD, Sandford Robinson (i 823-1 880) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 851-1854; Member, 1855- 
1880. 

1847 Address: 66 Cordandt Street. 

208. Lake Scene, on the Catskill. The Artist. 

1848 Address: 502 Broadway. 
107. The Past. For sale. 

174. View in St. Lawrence County. For sale. 
234. Moose Lake. For sale. 

1849 Address: Not given. 

248. Sketch from Nature. For sale. 
256. Sketch from Nature. For sale. 
280. Near Scroon Village. For sale. 

1850 Address: iijYi Grand Street. 

133. Deep Hollow, Catskill Mountains. For sale. 

145. Kauterskill Clove, Catskill Mountains. For sale. 
238. Sacandaga River. For sale. 
269. Portrait of a Lady. E. Gi^ord. 

1 85 1 Address: iiyVz Grand Street. 

87. Mount Merino on the Hudson. Jas. F. Bowman. 
131. Landscape Composition. Mrs. E. Gifford. 
150. Echo Lake, White Mountains. For sale. 
397. A Scene from Nature in the Catskills. For sale. 

1852 Address: iiyYz Grand Street. ' 
20. A Wood Path. For sale. 

134. Landscape. For sale. 

205. View on the Scoharie Kill. For sale. 
345. A View on the Hudson. /. F. Bowman. 
348. Lake Pleasant, Hamilton County. For sale. 

1853 Address: 105 Bleecker Street. 
150. Landscape. /. Ames. 

163. A View on the Susquehanna. For sale. 
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GIFFORD, Sandlord Robinson {continued) 

1853 {continued) 

202. Valley of Wyoming. For sale. 
341. A View near Hudson. For sale. 
347. Autumnal Landscape. V. Colyer. 

1854 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 483 
Broadway. 

160. The River Bank. Wm. H. Ames. 
165. The Juniata. Wtn. H. Ames. 

380. Morning in the Adirondacks. Wm. H. Ames. 
383. Shawangunk Mountains. Wm. H. Ames. 

1855 Address: 483 Broadway. 

22. Conway Valley (with Mt. Washington). For sale. 
94. Chocorua Peak. ]as. H. Prentice. 
145. Summer Afternoon. John H. Prentice. 

1856 Address: Now in Europe. 
I. Landscape. Ames. 

161. Landscape Composition. V. Colyer. 

1857 Address: Now in Europe. 

477. Stratford-upon-Avon. For sale. 

1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

28. Loch Arve, with Killchurn Castle, Highlands of Scotland. 
]ohn A. Gristvold. 

56. Ruins of the Claudian Aqueduct. R. Goodman. 

6j. Riviera de Ponente — Coast near Genoa. For sale. 
147. Derwentwater. Rev. T. S. Drotvne. 
196. Scene on the Roman Campagna. 
460. Lake Nemi. C. C. Alger. 
^6^. A Lake in Cumberland. For sale. 
566. Lake Maggiore. For sale. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

316. Sunset in the Wilderness. For sale. 
455. On the Calabrian Coast. Dr. Crane. 
463. Como. Richard Goodman. 

474. Camp on Mansfield Mountain. John A. Gristvold. 
595. Schoharie Kill. R. Brooding. 

601. Autumn Evening in the White Mountains. Richard Good- 
man. 
791. Mansfield Mountain. Joseph Harrison, Jr. 

i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

317. Mount Merino, on the Hudson. Adam R. Smith. 
372. On the Bay of Fundy. /. M. Minor, M.D. 

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GIFFORD, Sandford Robinson {continued) 
i860 {continued) 

407. The Coming Rain. Young Men's Association, Troy. 
487. Rheinstein. /. W. Stout, Jr. 
561. The Wilderness. For sale.* 

GIGNOUX, Regis Francois (1816-1882) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1844-1851; Member, 1852- 
1882. 

1842 Address: 2 Pelham Place, Brooklyn. 

209. View Taken in New-Jersey near Pine Rock. For sale. 

1843 Address: Granite Buildings. 

72. View of a Wood Mill near the Blue Ridge. For sale. 
loi. Alleghany Scenery, New River Cliffs. For sale. 
165. View of New York, Taken from the Staten Island Steam 

Boat. 
181. Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. For sale. 
215, Sketch from Nature. 
270. Sketch from Nature. 

273. Sketch from Nature. 

290. Sketches from Nature. 

291. Sketches from Nature. 

292. Sketches from Nature. 

293. Sketches from Nature. 

294. Sketches from Nature. 

321. Sunset in the Mediterranean. For sale. 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 

60. Interior of the Bedford Woods, near Brooklyn. For sale. 

76. View of Naples, from Virgil's Tomb. For sale. 
209. Scene in Switzerland. G. Austin [sic]. 
270. Log Road in Hamilton County. G. Austen. 
307. Cathedral of St. Nicholas, Friburg [sic^, Switzerland. For 

sale. 
392. Coney Island Beach. For sale. 

1845 Address: Room 25, Granite Buildings. 
66. View in New-Jersey. G. W. Austen. 

131. View of New- York from Greenwood Cemetery. S. L. 

Titus. 
145. Winter Scenery on Long Island. 
262. Natural Bridge, Va. The Artist. 

274. Sketches from Nature, Greenwood Cemetery. 
283. Italian Scenery. G. W. Austen. 

289. View in France. G. W. Austen. 
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GIGNOUX, Regis Francois (corilinucJ) 

1846 Address: Granite Buildings. 

8. View of Peekskill. Geo. W. Austen. 
237. Still Life. The Artist. 

257. Somerville, New-Jersey, Sketch in Water Color. The Artist. 
260. Pointer and Game. A Sportsman. 
284. Still Life. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Granite Buildings. 
171. Winter. G. W. Austen. 

209. American Scenery. John Stetvard, Jr. 
304. Niagara, The Table Rock — Winter, 

1848 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

22. The Indian Pass in the Adirondack Mountains. John Wolfe. 
35. Niagara in Winter, The Horse-shoe Fall from the Biddle 

Stairs. The Artist. 
181. Autumn, Sunset. G. W. Austen. 

1849 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

214. Autumn in New Jersey. For sale. 

1850 Address: 497 Broadway. 

99. Dismal Swamp, North Carolina. For sale. 
202. Winter Sketch. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

69. Sunset in Winter. John Wolfe. 

1852 Address: Corner Broadway and Wall Street. 
150. October in America. For sale. 

318. Study from Nature. 
321. Study from Nature. 

390. Study from Nature. 

391. Study from Nature. 

1853 Address: Broadway and Wall Street. 

41. Winter American Scenery. Charles Gould. 

1854 Address: Broadway and Wall Street. 
26. On the Hudson. Baron Rothschild. 
29. Spring. C. Christmas. 

215. Winter. Miss Deraing. 

1855 Address: Corner Broadway and Wall Street. 
4. Sun Rise in Winter. Jas. S. T. Stranahan. 

109. Indian Summer. William Lottimer. 
1857 Address: Bank of the Republic, corner Broadway and Wall 
Street. 
427. On the Saguenay. Earl of Ellestnere. 
476. The Seven Falls, Canada. 
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GIGNOUX, Regis Francois {continued) 
1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

441. Winter in New Hampshire. 

558. The Dismal Swamp. R. L. Stewart. 
i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

256. Morning in May. For sale. 

GILBERT, Grove Sheldon (1805-1885) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1849-1860. Address: Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 
1847 Address: Not given. 

5. Dr. Matthew Brown. 

1 85 1 Address: Rochester, N. Y. 
65. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

GILDERMEISTER (GELDMEISTER), Charles (active 1852) 

1852 Address: 77 Nassau Street. 

402. Ruins of the Basilica of Constantine, Commonly Called 
"Templum Pacis" in Roman Forum. For sale. 

GILDMEISTER, R. (active 1850) 
1850 Address: Not given. 

209. Bacharach on the Rhine. For sale. 

333. Cloister at the Monastery, Maulbroum. For sale. 

GILLARD, William (active 1841-1849) 
1 84 1 Address: Bristol, England. 

151. "Though absent from sight to memory dear." For sale. 
184. Sunday Morning. For sale. 

188. Portrait of a Gentleman. James Creighton, Jun. 
1849 Address: Not given. 

3. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
45. Sunday Morning. For sale. 
60. "Though absent from sight to memory dear." For sale. 

GILMOR, Robert (1774-1848) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1833-1848. Address: Baltimore. 

GIMBER, Stephen Henry (i8io?-i862) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1831-1832. 
1829 Address: 412 Broadway. 

130 and 131. Miniature of a Lady and Gentleman. 
133. Engraving for Dr. Hosack's Memoir of Clinton, from a 
Design by /. L. Morton. 

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GIMBER, Stephen Henry {continued) 

1829 {continued) 

134. Engraved Portrait. 

174. Frame Containing Three Engraved Miniatures. 

1830 Address: i\i:2. Broadway. 

102. Frame with Specimens of Engraving. 
106. Sketch of a Family. 

1 83 1 Address: Murray Street. 

92. Frame, with Three Engraved Portraits, 

1832 Address: 33 Chapel Street, 
143. Portrait of E. Forrest, Esq, 

188. Frame of Engravings. 

1833 Address: 33 Chapel Street. 

189. Fancy Sketch. 

204. Engraving, Bandit of Itry, from a Picture by Cole. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

75. Ariel. By C. Ingham. The Engraving of This Picture Is 
in an Advanced Stage by Stephen H. Gimber, and Will Be 
Published by Subscription Only. Subscription Book at the 
Door. 
115, Engraving of the Very Rev. John Power. 

1835 Address: 33 Chapel Street. 
90. Portrait of a Lady. 

1836 Address: 279 Greenwich Street. 

21. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. J. Mason. 

22. Portrait of a Lady. A. J. Mason. 

31. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. For sale. 

1837 Address: Not given. 

I. Portrait of a Lady. Mathew Smith. 
12. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mathew Smith. 

1840 Address: 547 Broadway. 

155. Small Full Length Portrait. 

157. Master Frederick Gimber. 

158. Master Gimber. 

159. Portrait of a Lady. 

165. Port [ rait ]s of Masters Pendleton and Cruger. Mrs. Jones. 

166. Portrait of Master Wm. Borrow. Wm. Borrow. 

300. Engraving of the Rev. C. G. Somers. 

1 84 1 Address: 404 Broadway. 

242. Portrait of a Gentleman. ]ohn Tombs. 

1842 Address: 16 Maiden Lane. 

301. Full-Length Portrait. 

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GIMBER, Stephen Henry {continued) 

1842 {continued) 

308. A Scene Near Old Fly Market. Strawberries! Strawber- 
ries! For sale. 

322. FuU-Length of an Officer of the Washington Guards. R. F. 
Fraser. 

GIRARD, Alexis Frangois (1789-1870) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1849-1860. Address: Paris. 
1848 Address: Paris. 

359. "Dolce far niente," Mezzotint Engraving from Winterhalter, 
N. Academy of Design. 

GIROMETTI, Pietro (1812-1859) 

Medal Sculptor. Honorary Member, Professional, 1833- 1859. 
Address: Rome. 

GLADDING, Timothy A. (active 1 843-1 852) 

1843 Address: Albany. 

353. Portrait of a Young Lady, T. A. Gladding. 

GLASGOV/, J. J. (active 1852) 

1852 Address: iij Fulton Street. 

273, Bull's Head — Sundown. For sale. 

GLASS, James W., Jr. (i 825-1 857) 

Honorary Member, Professional. 1 848-1855. 

1844 Address: Farmington, Conn. 

164. Scene from Ivanhoe. /. W. Glass, Jr.* 

191. Lochinvar. R. Johnson.^ 

230. Horses in a Storm on the Prairie. /. W. Glass, Jr. 

1845 Address: Hartford, Conn. 

254. Black Auster. Edward Pier son.* 

1847 Address: 114 White Street. 

6. Cromwell Exhorting His Captains Before the Battle of 
Naseby. American Art Union:* 
135. The Blacksmith's, "A screw loose somewhere." American 
Art Union. 

1848 Address: Now in Europe & London. 
291. Cromwell. J as. Phalen. 

1854 Address: London, 

127. Free Companions. W. Kemble.* 
224. The Night March. 

274. A Lesson in Singing. 

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GLIDDON, Anna (active 1858) 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 
284. Pencil Sketches. 
337. Pencil Drawing. 

GODEFROY, Maximilian (active 1842) 

1842 Address: Not given. 
281. Battle of Pultowa.* 

GODMAN, John D., M.D. 

Professor of Anatomy, 1828. 

GOLLMAN, Julius (active 1852-1860; d. 1898) 

1852 Address: Not given. 
239. II Penseroso. For sale. 

1853 Address: 643 Broadway. 
228. Female Head. For sale. 

234. Portrait of a Lady. Dr. Jas. Sellers, Jr. 

279. Crayon Sketch. For sale. 

292. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. C. Sellers. 

1856 Address: 766 Broadway. 

204. Portrait of a Lady. Frederick P. James. 
241. Dr. John W. Francis. Dr. John W. Francis 
245. Portrait of a Gentleman. Gustav RoeslcI(e. 
264. Portrait of a Lady. Genl. Geo. P. Morris. 
278. George P. Morris. Genl. Elijah Ward. 

i860 Address: 149 East 9th Street. 

15. A Young Girl. Mrs. Buhler. 
29. A Gentleman. The At'tist. 

72. A Gentleman. Rutter. 

536. The Lucky Throw. For sale. 

GOODACRE, V/illiam (active 1830-1833) 

1830 Address: 34 Park Row. 

64 and 65. Pencil Drawings. 

92. Fruit Piece. 

94. Flower Piece. 
162. Landscape. 
183. Landscape. 

1833 Address: 158 Fulton Street. 
102. Matlock Vale, Derbyshire. 
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GOODWIN, Edwin Weyburn (i8oo-after 1844) 
1836 Address: Auburn. 

169. Portrait of W. H. Seward, Esq. 

1 84 1 Address: Albany. 

44. Portrait of a Revolutionary Soldier. 
113. Christmas Presents — Children of the Artist. 

1842 Address: Albany. 
43. The Artist. 

70. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. N. Strong. 
1844 Address: Albany. 

15. Portrait of a Gendeman. W. A. T. Dale. 
158. Portrait of Rev. Mr. Garfield. 

GORDON, Sir John Watson (1788-1864) 

President of the Royal Scottish Academy. 
1856 Address: Not given. 

96. Cabinet Portrait. /. Phillips. 

GORE, John Christopher (active 1 828-1 834) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1833-1860. Address. 
1833, Florence; 1834-1860, Boston, 

GOURLIE, John Hamilton (died 1891) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 854-1 860. Address: New York 

GOVE, Miss Elma Mary (active 1849- 1860) 
1849 Address: 40 Lexington Avenue. 

262. Crayon Port[rait] of a Gent[leman]. 
304. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 85 1 Address: 91 Clinton Place. 
268. Portrait of a Lady. 

277. Portrait of the Rev. Dr. Nott, President of Union College. 

1852 Address: Not given. 

249. Crayon Portrait. Miss Trembley. 
:i^'j. Crayon Portrait. 

1854 Address: 442 Broadway. 

207. Crayon Portrait of Hon. John P. Hale. 
213. Crayon Portrait. John W. Hutchinson. 

255. Crayon Head. 

256. Twilight. For sale. 

285. Cabinet Crayon Portrait of a Child. Wm. J. Bauer. 

1855 Address: 345 Broadway. 
167. Undine. 

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GOVE, Miss Elma Mary {continued) 
1855 {continued) 

180. Crayon Portrait of a Lady. 

244. Cabinet Crayon Portrait. Mrs. Geo. Hazetvell. 

1858 Address: Cincinnati, Ohio. 
363. The Prodigal Son. 

1859 Address: Brooklyn, 

52. Maragaret. For sale.* 

66. A Portrait. E. W. Nichols. 

80. A Portrait. H. Worral. 
i860 Address: New York. 

38. A Lady (Crayon). /. A^. H. Walbridge. 

57. Rev. Dr. Cummings. 

130. Ideal Head — St. John the Evangelist. The Artist. 
174. "Apples, Sir?" For sale. 
185. A Boy. The Artist. 

GRACIE, William (died 1842) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 827-1 842. Address: New York. 

GRAIN, Frederick (active 1835-1840) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 837-1 860. 

1835 Address: 39 Lispenard Street. 

57. View at Yonkers on the Hudson. 
185. Landscape Composition. 
233. View Taken at Yonkers, on the Hudson. 

1836 Address: 39 Lispenard Street. 

198. Banditti Preparing to Attack Travellers. For sale. 
1838 Address: 39 Lispenard Street. 

182. Landscape. For sale. 
1840 Address: 16 Reade Street. 

112. Cross Road. For sale. 

GRAIN, J. F., a pupil of. See ANONYMOUS SECTION, 1829. 

GRAIN, Peter (active 1829-1838) 
1838 Address: 26 Reade Street. 

7. Landscape and figures. For sale. 
21^. Landscape. 
307. The Cottage. 

GRANBERY, Henrietta A. (active i860) 
i860 Address: 88 East 21st Street. 
439. Landscape — Composition. 
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GRANBERY (GRANBURY), Virginia (active 1 859-1 860) 
1859 Address: 88 East 21st Street. 

407. A Pair of Teal Ducks, 

579. Flowers. 
i860 Address: 88 East 21st Street. 

238. Dead Birds. M. L. Hastings. 

390. Raspberries. 

414. Sweet Peas. For sale. 

GRAY, Henry Peters (1819-1877) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1842; Member, 1843-1877. 
President of the Academy, 1870-1871. 

1838 Address: 31 Bank Street, 
38. Study. 

325. Portrait of a Gentleman. By J. Gray, [sic]. G. W. Gedney. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

70. Portrait of a Lady. Dan I. M. Frye. 

71. Portrait of a Lady. Dr. G. Leeds. 
201. Portrait of a Gentleman, G. Lambert. 
227. Le Chapeau. G. W. Gray. 

285. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 841 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 

8. Portrait of a Gentleman. Peter Bonnett. 
42. Portrait of a Gendeman. William Couch. 
218. The Billet Doux. Painted at Rome. For sale. 
224. Begging the Secret. For sale. 

1842 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 

5. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. BabcocJ{. 
30. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Gerard. 

72. Portrait of a Lady. George Hastings. 
114. Portrait. William Couch. 

136. Full Length Portrait of a Child. 
148. Portrait of his Sister. 

158. Portrait, in the Character of Rosalia, from Washington Al- 
ston's Monaldi. 
169. Portrait. Wm. Couch. 
171. Portrait. Mrs. Babcocl{. 
235. Portrait. W. L. Morris. 

1843 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 67 
Franklin Street, and 11/2 Tremont Row, Boston. 

33. Portrait of a Lady. Daniel M. Frye. 
95. Portrait of a Gendeman. N. Montross, N.O. 
122. Sketch in Recollection of the Venetian Style. G. W. Jenkins. 

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GRAY, Henry Peters {continued) 

1843 {continued) 

134. Twilight Thoughts. A. H. Middle. 
342. Portrait of a Lady. Dr. Stevenson. 

1844 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 
6. Portrait of his Wife. 

28. Magdalen. 
242. Portrait of a Lady. C. Saxton. 
I'^j. Portrait of Himself. N. Academy of Design. 
259. Portrait of a Lady. P. K. Paulding. 

1845 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 
II. Portrait. 

22. Portrait. 

176. Cupid Begging for His Arrows, E. L. Carey. 
217. Portrait. 

1846 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: Now in Rome. 

94. Timon of Athens. James Phalen.* 
108. Tuscan Maid. F. Avery. 
132, Sappho. Geo. Hastings.* 
136. Mother and Child. Geo. Clar\. 

1847 Address: 6^ Franklin Street. 

62. Teaching the Immortality of the Soul, Edwin Hoyt. 

83. Greek Lovers. A. M. Cozzens.* 
121, The Pilgrim. /. H. Su/ift.* 
125. "Our Father, Who Art in Heaven." Ckas. M. Leupp. 

1848 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 
78. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

190. Composition — Portrait. 
201. Portrait of a Lady. 
242. Portrait of a Child. 

1849 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements, Address: 67 Franklin Street. 

5. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. Kemble. 

143, Cabinet Portrait. 

144. Cabinet Portrait. 

147. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

155. Portrait of a Lady in Italian Costume. 

209. Proserpine and Bacchus, Painted in Rome. /. Sturges. 

1850 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 
18. "Romano." Duyc\in\. 

22. Portrait of Gov. Young. For sale. 

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GRAY, Henry Peters {continued) 

1850 {continued) 

47. Portrait of Gov. Young. Corporation of N. Y. 

70. Portrait of S. W. Cheney. N. A. of Design. 
170. Sketch for the Immortality of the Soul. H. P. Gray. 
284. Young Poetess. /. Sturges. 

329. "Blessed are the pure in heart." Richard Warren. 
340. Portrait of a Gentleman. Charles March. 

1 85 1 Address: 67 Franklin Street. 
54. King Death. A. Art Union. 
82. Portrait of a Lady. 

146. Portrait of a Boy. 

310. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1852 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: i 
Tenth Street. 

16. Cabinet Portrait. Henry Peters Gray. 
74. Portraits of Children. Mrs. Packer. 

344. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. D. Huntington. 
422. Portrait of a Lady. E. H. Welling. 

1853 Address: 378 Broadway. 

151. Portrait of a Lady. 

157. Portrait of a Lady. O. W. Jones. 
180. Portrait of a Gentleman. O. W. Jones. 
198. Portrait of a Lady. H. Rowland. 
319. Head of a Child. P. Kemble. 
329. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. Kemble. 
334. Portrait of a Lady. Josiah Lane. 

345. "Dolce Far Niente." Richard Warren. 
352. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. Howland. 
410. Cabinet Composition Portrait. G. Clar\. 

1854 Address: 378 Broadway. 
79. Portrait of a Lady. 

152. Portrait of a Lady. 
316. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
319. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

347. Full Length Portraits of Two Children. 

1855 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. 

Note: The artist apparently was not residing in New York at 
the time of exhibition because Thomas Hick was appointed to 
act in his absence. 
Address: Not given. 
16. Portrait of a Child. 

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GRAY, Henry Peters {continued) 

1856 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 709 '/z Broadway. 

44. Portraits of Children. 

51. Portrait of a Lady, of Hartford. 
114. "Hal." 

121. Dr. Metcalf of South Carolina. 
130. Cabinet Port [rait] of a Lady. 
132. Portrait of a Child. 

1857 Address: 709 '/4 Broadway. 
194. A Lady. 

208. Hagar in the Wilderness. 
412. A Gendeman. 
462. A Child. 
536. A Portrait. 

1858 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 709^/4 Broadway. 

496. Study for a Larger Picture of the "Anointing of Christ." 
517. Hagar and Ishmael. 

564. Roman Women at a Fountain, "The Wolf and the Lamb." 
602. Mother and Child. 

1859 Address: 709 V2 Broadway. 
271. A Lady. 

435. The Lorgnette, 
489. Paolina. For sale. 
499. The Toilet. For sale. 
612. A Gentleman. 

i860 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. 

GREATOREX, Mrs. Eliza (i 820-1 897) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1869-1897. 

1855 Address: Not given. 
196. Moonlight. 

1856 Address: Not given. 

13. Glen of the Downs, Ireland. Madame Bailini. 

1857 Address: 60 West 31st Street. 
27. Wicklow Castle. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 
447. Composition. /. Philipp. 
455. Sketch from Nature. 

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GREATOREX, Mrs. Eliza {continued) 
1859 Address: 806 Broadway, 

91. Gap of Dunloe, Killarney. For sale. 

92. Kate Kearney's Cabin, Banks of Killarney. For sale. 
393. Study from Nature. Mrs. Owen. 

508. Village in the North Countrie, Ireland — Sketch from Na- 
ture. 
512. Meeting of the Waters, Killarney Lakes. Miss Fennar. 
773. Ross Castle, Killarney, Sketch from Nature. 

i860 Address: 806 Broadway. 

79. Homestead in the North of Ireland. John Reed. 
87. Castle Termon: Ireland. John Reed. 
163. Where Kate Kearney was Born. For sale. 
347. "Study on the Kastskill [sic] Clove." The Artist. 

GREEN (GREENE), F. G. (active 1850-1860) 

1850 Address: Not given. 

94. Marine View. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 
II. First Ashore. 

75. The Wreck. 

1852 Address: 241 Sixth Avenue. 

407. Coast Scene — Composition. For sale. 

1853 Address: Not given. 

237. Moonlight Sketch. Miss McDonough. 

i860 Address: 78 West 19th Street. 

202. Fire Worshipers Mountain.* 

GREENE, Edward D. E. (active 1 847-1 860; died 1879) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1854- 1858; Member, 1859- 
1879. 

1 85 1 Address: 609 Broadway. 

55. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. Oa\ley. 
211. Portrait of a Lady. F. C. King. 

1852 Address: 609 Broadway. 
131. Study of a Head. 

142. Portrait of a Child. /. M. Mason. 

1853 Address: 806 Broadway. 

89. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. N. G. Games. 

203. Portrait of a Child. S. Has{ell. 
323. Vespers. For sale. 

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GREENE, Edward D. E. {continued) 

1854 Address: 806 Broadway. 

129. "Isabella." H. A. Oa\ley. 
153. "Aspiration." S. Haskell. 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. 

188. Chestnut Evangelides. P. H. Vandervoort. 
202. E. D. E. Greene, National Academy. 

1856 Address: 806 Broadway. 
76. Portrait. F. G. Games. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway. 
55. A Lady. 

228. Study. S. P. Avery. 

232. Serolvo. 

274. A Lady. N. Gastvell. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 

171. A Child's Portrait. Alfred B. Hull. 

1859 Address: 806 Broadway. 
431. Recognition. 

470. Repose. 

798. Speranza. W. G. Wait. 
i860 Address: 806 Broadway. 
306. Minora. 

GREENOUGH, Horatio (1805-1852) 

Professor of Sculpture, 1 829-1 838; Honorary Member, Profes- 
sional, 1829-1852. 

1832 Address: Rome. 

I. (p. 13) Chanting Cherubs. Sculpture. /. F. Gooper. 
4. (p. 13) Washington. Sculpture. 

1833 Address: Florence. 

205. Bust in Marble of S. F. B. Morse, President of the National 
Academy. S. F. B. Morse. 

206. Bust in Marble of T. Cole, N.A. T. Gole. 

1834 Address: Florence. 

171. Genius of America. H. Hoyt. 

172. Genius of Italy. H. Hoyt. 

1835 Address: Florence. 

96. Bust of N. P. Willis, Esq. George P. Morris. 

97. Bust of Lord Byron. 
1 841 Address: Florence. 

346. Bust of a Gentleman. 

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GREENOUGH, Horatio {continued) 
1848 Address: Florence. 

122. Bust of a Lady. Asaph G. Stone. 

GREILANS (GRIELENS), T. (active 1850-1851) 

1850 Address: Belgium. 

164. The Lace Maker. /. L. O'Sullivan. 
169. The Glass of Beer. /. L. O'Sullivan. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 
187. Old Man Reading. 

195, Old Woman. Hon. J. A. Dix. 

GRIST, Franklin R. (active 1848) 
1848 Address: New Haven, 
275. Mounting. 

GRISWOLD, Casimir Clayton (1834-1918) 

Member of the Academy, 1867-19 18. 

1857 Address: Not given. 

205. Landscape. /. B. Wandesford. 

246, View on Salt Lick Run, Va. For sale. 

1858 Address: Not given. 
83. Centreport, L. L 

III. The Dry Stream (Study from Nature). 
402. Study of Rocks. 
427. Western Scene. 

1859 Address: 95 East 15th Street. 

61. Study from Nature, Rockland County. For sale. 
239. Study of Weeds. The Artist. 
346. Near Centreport, L. L Richard Goodman. 
348. Near Shokan, Ulster Co. Richard Goodman. 
504. Long Island Scenery. For sale. 
518. Virginia Mountains. For sale. 
639. Long Island Cottage. For sale. 
696. On the Ramapo, Rockland Co. Richard Goodman. 
794. Sloatsburg, Erie R[ail] R[oad]. 
i860 Address: 346 Broadway. 

503. Centreport, L. I. For sale. 

533. North of Moodna Creek near Cornwall, N. Y. 

548. On the Housatonic. For sale. 

GRISWOLD, V. M. (active 1858) 
1858 Address: Lancaster, Ohio. 

220. View near Lancaster, Ohio. For sale. 

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GRITTEN, Henry (active 1 835-1 853) 

1850 Address: 63 Henry Street, Brooklyn. 

88. Kearsearge Mountain. P. P. Wells. 

89. View of Antwerp Cathedral, from Place d'Armes. P. P. 
Wells. 

104. Amiens Cathedral, from the River Somme. For sale. 

220. Berncastle, on the Moselle, and the Casde of Landshut. 

For sale. 
304. Interior of the Church of St. Beatrice, Rouen, Normandy. 

For sale. 

313. View in the Heidleberg, on the Neeker. P. P. Wells. 
322. View in Brooklyn, L. I. P. P. Wells. 

363. Town and Harbor of Calais, France. P. P. Wells. 

1 85 1 Address: 374 Broadway. 

48. The Cathedral of Rouen, France, from Place Notre Dame. 
For sale. 

76. Interior of the Church of St. Maclon, Rouen. For sale. 

86. Interior of the Church of St. Vincent, Rouen. For sale. 
153. Dead Game. For sale. 
297. View of the Catskill Mountains, For sale. 

314. Recollection of New-Hampshire Scenery. For sale. 
408. The Rescue from a Wreck at Sea. A. G. Jennings.* 

1852 Address: 333 Broadway. 

201. Old Buildings Opposite Bern Castle, on the Moselle. For 
sale. 

■2.i(). Interior of Trinity Church of N[ew] York, Painted on the 
Spot. For sale. 

222. Tomb of Ed [ward] the Confessor, in the Chapel in West- 
minster Abbey. For sale. 

1853 Address: 333 Broadway. 

38. Bern Casde on the Moselle. For sale. 
Note: This work is indexed as that of Henry Gritten and cata- 
logued as that of Henry Gritten, Jr. 

GRUBE, Louis (active 1846-1860) 

1846 Address: Not given. 

289. Fruit, a Sketch in Crayons. 
310. Fruit, Crayon Sketch. 

1847 Address: Poughkeepsie. 
114. Fruit. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Poughkeepsie. 

252. Portrait. Rev. L. D. Travor. 
287. Fruit. 

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GRUBE, Louis {continued) 

1848 {continued) 

341. Frame of Insects. 

1849 Address: Poughkeepsie. 
239. Fruit and Flowers. 

267. Fruit and Flowers. For sale. 
1851 Address: Poughkeepsie. 

225. Fruit and Game. For sale. 
1856 Address: 419 Pacific Street, Brooklyn. 

197. Fruit. The Artist. 
1859 Address: 407 Pacific Street, Brooklyn. 
II. Fruit (Pastel). For sale. 
69. Fruit. For sale. 
i860 Address: 407 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, 
50. Pet Cat. For sale. 
122. Fruit Piece. For sale. 

GRUNEWALD, Gustavus (1805-1878) 
1836 Address: Bethlehem. 

from the Road. 



7- 


Landscape 
For sale. 


View of Catsk 


ill Mountains 


67. 


Landscape. 


For sale. 




77- 


Landscape. 


For sale. 




166. 


Landscape. 


For sale. 




173- 


Landscape. 


For sale. 




:837 Address: Not 


given. 




48. 


Scene in Prussia, Taken from Nature. 


184. 


The Wounded Robber. For sale. 


185. 


Scene in Austria. For sale. 




195. 


View on th 


le North River. 


For sale. 



130. Tell's Chapel near Kusnach, and no. 131, Landscape, by Miss 
Black, a Pupil of G. Griinewald, exhibited by Miss Black. 

1847 Address: Not given. 

257. Lehigh Water Gap. The Artist. 
271. View, on Bear Creek. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

9. Scene on Bear Creek, Pa. Woods on Fire. For sale. 
157. View of the Lehigh at Bethlehem, Pa. 
227. Wapwallopen Falls, Pa. For sale. 

GUDE, (active 1853) 

1853 Address: Not given. 

386. Norwegian Scenery. /. W. Blachly. 

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GUILLAUME, Louis Mathieu Didier (active 1837-1857) 
1855 Address: 23 Hammond Street. 
163. Head of a Grisette. For sale. 

201. Portrait of a Gentleman. Gillaud. 

218. Portrait of a Lady. For sale. 

GUILLET, Mrs. J. (active 1 838-1 841) 

1838 Address: 424 Houston Street. 

129. Miniature of a Lady. 

130. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

131. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

132. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

133. Miniature of a Lady. 

268. Full length Portrait of a Gentleman. 

271. Portrait of Miss M, O. 

305. Half Length Portrait of a Lady. /. Guillet. 

1839 Address: 10 Barclay Street. 

130. Miniature Portrait of Gendeman. Capt. Jewries. 

132. Miniature Portraits, the Sisters. 

138. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. 

141. Miniature Portrait of Chas. Mathews, Esq. 

1840 Address: Not Given. 
35. Miniature of a Lady. 

1 841 Address: 233 Broadway. 

300. Fanny EUsler in the Costume of the Tarantula. 

GUION, Miss Susan 

1859 Address: 18 Lafayette Place. 
793. Landscape. 

GUTIEREZ, (active 1836) 

1836 Address: Madrid. 

15. Portrait of a Gentleman. Bolton. 

GUTTENBERGER (GUTTEMBERGER), Philip Gherard (active 1828) 
1828 Address: 67 Greenwich Street, 

130. Frame, Containing a Coloured Design of the Ornaments of 
the Ceiling in the Chapel of Caprarole, near Rome, — a Hunt- 
ing Rendezvous, Ground Plan and Section. 
137. Frame Containing, Elevation and Section of a Country 
House for a Rich Man — Plan and Elevation of a Church — 
Plan and Elevation of a Cottage — Plan and Elevation of a 
Grotto, with a Pavilion — Elevation and Section of a City- 
Hall. 

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GUTTENBERGER (GUTTEMBERGER), Philip Gherard {continued) 
1828 {continued) 

143. Frame Containing — Plan of a Country House and an An- 
tique Candelabrum. 
152. Frame Containing Plan of a City Hall — Section and Plan 
of a Bath Room — Plan, Elevation, and Section of a Cottage. 

GUY, Seymour Joseph (i 824-1910) 

Member of the Academy, 1865-1910. 
1859 Address: Franklin Heights, Orange Street, Brooklyn. 
660. G. Acret. 

707. Master F. Rogers. /. Rogers. 
720. Master W. Shepard. 
785. Capt. B. G. Edmonds. ]ohn C. Force. 
•801. A Hunt. 

GWYNE, E. L. 

1848 Address: Murray Street House. 

97. Western Log Cabin. For sale. 

H , D 

1843 Address: Not given. 

288. The Dream. W. L. Has{ins. 

373. The Lake of Repose. W. L. Has]{ins. 

HAAG, Carl (1820-1915) 

1847 Address: Munich. 

350. Portrait of a Lady. Christian Mayr. 

1848 Address: Munich. 

327. Miniature Portraits. C. Mayr. 

HABICHER, Sebastian (1805 -after 1848) 
1848 Address: 50 Delancey Street. 
69. A Turkish Lady. For sale. 

HACKLEY, Rev. Charles W. (1809-1861) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 845-1 860. Address: New York. 

HADDUCK, A. T. (active 1837) 
1837 Address: N. Y. University. 

124. Portrait of a Student of New- York University. 
183. Still Life. 

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HAGEN (HAGAN), John C. (active 1838-1882) 

1838 Address: Troy. 

94. Young Woodman. For sale. 
100. Return from Labour. For sale. 

1839 Address: Not given. 
233. Sunset. For sale. 

263. The Politicians. For sale. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

37. Portrait of a Lady. Dr. Goodrich. 
279. Portrait of a Boy. /. C. Taylor. 
286. Fishermen Mending a Net. For sale. 
Note: The artist's name is given throughout the 1840 catalogue 
as J. Hager. 

1 84 1 Address: 15 Canal Street. 

54, The Stump Candidate. For sale. 
221. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. R. Brown. 

1842 Address: 15 Centre Street. 

182. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Daniels. 

188. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. D. Smith. 

350. The Meeting of Ishmael Bush vv^ith the Trappers. For sale. 

1843 Address: 333 Pearl Street. 

170. Portrait of a Lady. W. fay Haskett. 
260. Group of Children. C. R. Griffith. 

1844 Address: 333 Pearl Street. 
85. Portrait of a Lady. 

211. Ada. /. Thompson. 

1846 Address: Not given. 

123. Goody Blake. The Artist. 

182. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Colyer. 

1847 Address: 281 Broadway. 

39. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. B. Marshall. 
230. Portrait of a Child. H. W. Wheeler. 

298. Portrait of a Gendeman. /i-aar T. Hoppen. 

1848 Address: 62 White Street. 

27. Portrait of a Boy. H. H. Wheeler. 
46. Rev. Dr. Lansing. 

55. Portrait of a Lady. /. E. D. Comstoc\. 
219. Captain L. Gardner. H. Williams. 

1849 Address: 62 White Street. 

40. Portrait of a Carbineer. Henry B. Dawson. 

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HAGEN (HAGAN), John C. (contmued) 

1 85 1 Address: 62 White Street. 

336. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. E. E. 

1852 Address: Not given. 
88. The Errand Boy. 

102. Portrait of a Lady. /. Hooper. 

1853 Address: 609 Broadway. 

92. Portrait of a Lady. Jas. Thompson. 
168. Portrait of a Gentleman. F. A. Chapman. 

1854 Address: 609 Broadway. 
66. Portrait of a Lady. 

1855 Address: 600 Broadway. 

140. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. B. Dawson. 

1856 Address: 609 Broadway. 

157. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. N. Gallup. 

1857 Address: 609 Broadway. 

3. A Gendeman. C. R. Griffith. 

1858 Address: 609 Broadway, 

63. A Gentleman. Rev. A. A. Uvermore. 
166. Sailor Boy. A. S. Marshall. 

1859 Address: 609 Broadway. 

215. Evangeline and the Shawnee Woman. For sale.* 
568. A Lady. 

H ALBERT, A. (active 1 835-1 846) 

1846 Address: Not given. 
318. Engravings. 

HALL, Miss Ann (or Anne) (1792-1863) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827. Associate Member of the Acad- 
emy, 1828-1832; Member, 1833-1858 (Retired). 

1828 Address: Bond Street. 

163. Miniature Group of Portraits. 

1829 Address: Not given. 

179. Miniature of a Greek Girl. 

1833 Address: Not given. 

180. Miniature Portrait of a Child Painted as a Cherub. 

181. Miniature Portrait of a Lady and Ring-Dove. 

1835 Address: Bond Street. 

103. Full Length Miniature of a Child. 

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HALL, Miss Ann (or Anne) {continued) 

1837 Address: Not given. 

149. Oberon, an Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme from the 
Original by Miss Ann Hall. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1838 Address: Not given. 

144. Group, Lady and Child, "Boy, love thy Mother." 

1839 Address: Bond Street. 

131. Miniature Por[ trait] of a Lady. 

1840 Address: Not given. 
29. Miniature. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 
312. Ameriga Vespucci. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

261. Portrait of Lady and Child. 
1845 Address: 23 Bond Street. 

338. Miniatures of Children. 

1848 Address: 23 Bond Street. 

255. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

1849 Address: 23 Bond Street. 

324. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

1852 Address: 23 Bond Street. 

299. Miniature Group of Children. 

HALL, Captain Basil, R. N. (i 788-1 844) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 829-1 830. Address: England. 

HALL, Charles Henry (died 1852) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 832-1 852. Address: New York. 

HALL, E. W. (active i860) 

i860 Address: Newark, N. J. 
624. Sunrise. For sale. 

HALL, George Henry (1825-1913) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 854-1 855; Member, 1868- 
1913- 

1853 Address: 806 Broadway. 
361. Head of an Italian Boy. 

394. The Roman Wine Cart. E. P. Winans. 

1854 Address: 806 Broadway. 

48. Geo. H. Hall. National Academy. 
67. Parisian Market Cart. A. Adams. 
95. Portrait of a Lady. G. H. Hall. 
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HALL, George Henry {continued) 

1854 {continued) 

145. "Licking Lasses." E. Whitehouse. 

309. Mephistophiles [sic] Serenading Margaret* 

344. Doge of Venice. Geo. E. Stone. 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. 

2. Portrait of a Lady. M. C. Parsons. 
57. Sir Toby Belch: from "Twelfth Night." /. M. Falconer. 
93. Sir Andrew Aguecheek and Maria: from "Twelfth Night." 

Mrs. Mathews. 
121. Venetian Page. S. P. Avery. 
172. A Sketch: Claude Lorraine. Geo. A. Balder. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway. 

82. Shakespeare's Reverie. Eli White.* 
130. "Sweet Peas," Study from Nature. 
466. Charles W. Elliott. C. W. Elliott. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 
54. Miranda. 

89. Blue-eyed Mary. For sale. 
194. Spring. Eli White. 
229. The Snow Flurry. G. Granville White. 
270. Strawberries. R. Goodman. 
463. Children. C. S. Francis. 
476. Anne Page. R. A. Bachia. 
544. Peaches, a Study from Nature. R. Goodman. 
i^6g. Fruit; a Study from Nature. W. M. Newell. 
606. The Fair Creole. For sale. 

1859 Address: 806 Broadway. 

171. Don Quixote in His Library. For sale. 

2.iy. September, Autumn Fruits. For sale. 

347. The Wedding Procession — from the Courtship of Miles 

Standish. Mrs. J. Bullard. 
355. Strawberries, a Study from Nature. Mr. McCoy. 
364. Raspberries, a Study from Nature. W. M. Newell. 
376. Robert Burns, Verses to the Skylark, a Sketch. /. M. Burt. 

385. John Alden. S. Gandy. 

386. Roman Grapes, a Study from Nature. R. Goodman. 

396. Miles Standish. Mrs. Gandy. 

397. Priscilla. S. Gandy. 

421. Do You Want to See My Kitties? W. M. Newell. 
444. Autumn, An Ideal Head. F. Torrey. 
458. The April Shower. L. R. Menger. 
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HALL, George Henry {continued) 
i860 Address: 806 Broadway. 

315. Flowers from Nature. C. Vaux. 

318. A Lady. Mrs. Foote. 

338. Portrait. A. White. 

376. Fruit from Nature. Geo. T. Dal ton. 

HALL, Henry Bryan [Sr.] (1808-1884) 
1857 Address: Not given. 

375. Gen. Sutter, Engraving. 
1859 Address: Morrisania, N. Y. 

529. Chess, the Approaching Check Mate. For sale. 

530. Chess, Retaliation. For sale. 

HALLECK, Fitz-Greene (1790-1867) 

Honorary Member Amateur, 1842-1860. Address: New York. 

HALPIN, John (active 1850-1854) 
1850 Address: Not given. 

353. A Disciple of Walton. For sale. 
1854 Address: 34 Liberty Street. 

177. The Sportsman. Mr. Westervelt. 

209. The Contrabandist. Mr. Jones. 

HALSEY, William C. (f.1820 -after 1850) 

1846 Address: Not given. 
74. Portrait of a Lady. 

1847 Address: 19 Adantic Street, Brooklyn. 
137. Portrait of a Boy. 

1849 Address: Not given. 

8. Landscape Composition; Afternoon. 
95. Portrait of a Lady. 

HAMILTON, James (i 819-1878) 

1846 Address: Philadelphia. 

125, Scene on the Hudson near Spuyten Duyval [sic] Creek. 
The Artist. 

274. On the Wissahickon, Water Color Drawing. The Artist. 

282. On Fishkill Creek. The Artist. 

294. On the Delaware, below Philadelphia — Water Color Draw- 
ing. The Artist. 

2g6. On Cahansay Creek — Water Color Drawing. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Philadelphia. 

253. Scene on Long Island Sound, near Pelham. 
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HAMILTON, William M. (active 1858) 

1858 Address: 25th Street, near Eighth Avenue. 
47. Portrait. Robt. Hamilton. 

HAMILTON, William R. (active 1 835-1 841) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1833- 1860. 

1833 Address: Corner Broadway and Anthony Street. 

118. Group, Containing Nine Full Length Portraits of a Gentle- 
man, a Lady, and Their Children, Enjoying the Pleasure of 
an Excursion to Hoboken. 

163. Full Length Portrait of a Child. 

218. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1835 Address: 180 Canal Street. 

1 01. Portraits of a Gentleman, Lady and Five Children. 
183. Full Length Portraits. 

1838 Address: Not given. 

77. Full Length Portrait of a Child. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

59. Full Length Por[trai]t of a Child. Capt. H. Holdrige. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

213. Portrait of a Gentleman. Wm. Gibson. 

1 84 1 Address: 93 Canal Street. 

34. John Anderson my Jo. For sale.* 
52. Boy and Dog. R. Smith. 
58. Portraits of Two Children. W. V. Brady. 
63. Portraits of Three Children. /. Nicolson. 
109. Portraits of Two Boys. A. Forrest. 

HAMLIN (HAMBLIN), A. (active 1838) 
1838 Address: Not given. 
248. Portrait of a Lady. 

HAMLIN, Dr. A. C. (active 1859) 

1859 Address: Bangor, Me. 
810. Mt. Kataaden, Sunrise. 

HAMMER, William (1821-1889) 

i860 Address: Copenhagen, Denmark. 
452. Fruit. 

HAMMERSLEY (HAMERSLEY), Andrew, M.D. (died 1862) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1840- 1860. Address: New York, 
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HANDLEY (HANDBY), (active 1841) 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

278. The Ducal Palace, Venice. Daniel Coit. 

HANKS, Jervis F. (1799 -after 1834) 

1828 Address: Not given. 

no. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1829 Address: 144 Bowery. 

66. Portrait of a Lady. Miss St. Martin. 

103. Portrait of a Gentleman. Rev. Wm. A. Hallocl{ 
121. Portrait of a Gentleman. L. L. Rice. 

1834 Address: Not given. 
23. Fruit Piece. 

38. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. K. Moore. 
74. Portrait of a Lady. /. C. Payne. 
120. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. K. Moore. 

HANKS, Owen G. (f.i8i5<.i865) 

1854 Address: Merchants' Exchange. 

187. The Signal. 
1857 Address: Not given. 

277. Wood Scene. M. Strong. 

1859 Address: 240 West 21st Street. 

560. Mountain Scenery. 
i860 Address: 240 West 31st Street. 

635. Landscape. Charles Toppan. 

HANLEY, William H. (active 1850-1860; died 1871) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

22. Professor Longfellow. 

104. A Lady — Crayon. 

HANSELL, George H. (active 1 842-1 857) 

1842 Address: 50 Oliver Street. 

263. Case Containing Six Miniature Portraits. 

264. Miniature of a Gentleman. C. B. Washam. 

1843 Address: 17 Norfolk Street. 

385. Miniature of a Gentleman. R. J. Polhemus. 

1844 Address: 28 Eldridge Street. 
282. Miniature of a Little Girl. 
296. Miniature of a Child. 

Note: The artist is indexed as G. W. Hansell. 
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HANSELL, George H. {continued) 
2848 Address: 167 Division Street, 
285. Portrait of a Child. 

1849 Address: 167 Division Street, 
134. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

274. Portrait of a Boy, The Artist. 
Note: In the Catalogue of 1850, the artist's name is listed and 
indexed as G. W. Hansell. 

1 85 1 Address: 167 Division Street. 
375. Portrait of a Lady. 

Note: In the 1851 Catalogue the artist is listed and indexed as 
Geo. W. Hansell. 

HARDING, Chester (1792-1866) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827; Associate Member of the Acad- 
em}', 1828; Honorary Member, Professional, 1 829-1 860. Ad- 
dress: Boston. 

1827 Address: Boston. 

67. Portrait of Professor Ware, of Harvard University. 
80. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1828 Address: Boston. 

92. Portrait of His Excellency John Quincy Adams, President of 
the United States. 

1829 Address: Boston. 

31. Portrait of the Hon. Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, only 
Surviving Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Hon. 
S. Van Rensselaer. 
1848 Address: Boston. 

47. Hon. Daniel Webster. 
162. Portrait of Himself. 
1859 Address: Boston. 
576. Chester Harding. 

HARRINGTON, (active 1852) 

1852 Address: Not given. 
182. Still Life. C. Robley. 

HARRIS, Joseph T. (active 1 830-1 860) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 840-1 860. 
1836 Address: 622 Broadway, 

38, Portrait of a Lady. H. L. [Nevins]. 
237. Group of Portraits. H. L. Nevins. 
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HARRIS, Joseph T. {continued) 

1837 Address: 622 and 327 Broadway. 

60. Portrait of a Lady. 

61. Portrait of Eli Merrill, Esq. and Lady, of Brooklyn. 
107. Portrait of an Old Man. 

1838 Address: 16 Walker Street. 

102. Portrait of a Gentleman. N. B. Smith. 

109. Portrait of a Lady. /. Ruthven. 

115. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. Ruthven. 

275. Portrait of a Lady. 

303. Portrait of a Lady. 

310. Portrait of a Gentleman. Rev. M. Kellogg. 

1839 Address: 16 Walker Street. 

48. Portrait of a Clergyman. Rev. J. H. Price. 
91. Portrait of a Gendeman. Isaac Jones. 

187. Por't of an old Gentleman. ]ohn Battin.* 

1840 Address: 16 Walker Street. 

4. Portrait of the Rev. Mr. Higbee. Rev. Mr. Higbee. 

90. Portrait of a Lady. Battin. 

178. Portrait of a Gendeman. Hertin. 

198. Leap-year Serenade. For sale. 

271. Portrait of a Lady. 

282. Portrait of the Rev. Manton Eastburn. /. T. Harris. 

1842 Address: University Building. 
109. Portrait of an Old Lady. 

1843 Address: University. 

271. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1844 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 76 

Varick Street. 

19. Portrait of a Lady. Curtis. 

137. Portrait of a Gentleman. Curtis. 

1845 Address: 76 Varick Street. 

188. Rev. Lot Jones. 

1846 Address: 62 Walker Street. 
3. Portrait of a Lady. 

176. Portrait of a Gentleman. ]acob Aims. 
1852 Address: 55 White Street. 

364. Oldest Inhabitant, aged 100 yrs., 4th Feb[ruary], 1852. 

HARRISON, S. D. (active 1842) 

1842 Address: 75 Merchants' Exchange. 

335. View of the Dutch Church, Washington Square. 
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HART, James McDougal (i 828-1901) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1859; Member, 1 860-1 901. 

1853 Address: 506 Broadway, Albany. 

399. View in Sou[th] Germany. ]ohn E. Gavit. 

1854 Address: 506 Broadway, Albany, N. Y. 

58. Storm Coming On: Scene on Lake Otsego. For sale. 
80. Morning: Composition from Scenery of the Heilderbergs. 
For sale. 

1855 Address: Albany, N. Y. 
136. In Olden Time. 

1856 Address: Albany. 

87. Scenery in Essex County. 

1857 Address: 600 Broadway. 

65. A Summer Afternoon. For sale. 
270. Study from Nature. 
488. View on Lake Champlain. F. W. Worth. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 

18. Morning Scene in Loon Lake. C. Nason. 

29. Evening. C. Nason. 
176. The Nook. Rev. Dr. Morgan. 

200. Midsummer; Scenery of Putnam County. C. H. Livingston. 
477. Morning, near Whitehall. A. W. Griswold. 

1859 Address: 806 Broadway. 

267. The Mountain Stream. W. Thompson. 

413. At the Spring. A. Arnold. By James M. Hart and A. F. 

Tait, N.A. 
516. The Woodland Lake. W. Thompson. 
640. The Dairy Farm. Edwin Thome. By James M. Hart and 

A. F. Tait, N. A. 

i860 Address: 806 Broadway. 

375. Sunday Afternoon, Berkshire Co., Mass. S. P. Avery. 
538. Recollection of the Ausable. Charles F. Par\s. 
24. Loon Lake, Engraving by J. Smillie after Jas. M. Hart. Ex- 
hibited by the Engraver and Owned by James M. Hart. 

HART, William (i 823-1 894) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 855-1 858; Member, 1859- 
1894. 

1848 Address: ^\lbany. 

51. Scene on the Hudson near Lansingburgh. For sale. 
71. Coming from the Mill. For sale. 
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HART, William {continued) 

1853 Address: 506 Broadway, Albany. 

21. A bit on the Normanskill, near Albany. For sale. 
152. Rustic Scene near Melrose, Scotland. For sale. 
309. An old Mill in Perthshire, Scodand. For sale. 
376. Lake Windermere. For sale. 

1854 Address: 806 Broadway. 

103. Peace and Plenty. For sale. 

164. Roslin Castle, Scotland. For sale. 

188. Loch Katrine. S. Coleman, Jr. 

205. Paradise Lost. S. Coleman, Jr.* 

222. Doune Castle, Scodand. A. Taber. 

287. The Trosachs [sic], near Loch Katrine, Scodand. 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. 

38. Study on the Trossachs, Scotland. For sale. 

66. Scene near Melrose Abbey. S. P. Avery. 

68. Up in die Hills. For sale. 

83. The Little Spring. For sale. 

160. Distant View of Cayuga Lake. E. D. Palmer. 

186. Raven's Craig, Scotland. For sale. 

187. Coast Bit, on the Fay: Scotland. For sale. 
247. Study in Water Colours. For sale. 

1856 Address: 806 Broadway. 

139. Scene on the West Coast of Scotland. G. A. Bak^er. 

160. Study from Nature. Wm. Hart. 

171. Lake Windermer. C. Toppan. 

185. Rydal Water. S. H. Carpenter. 

1857 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 806 
Broadway. 

56. Scotland. G. M. Vanderlip. 

85. Close of Day on Mount Desert. Shepherd Gandy. 
149. The Age and Scenery of Macbeth. Rev'd E. L. Magoon. 
185. October Afternoon on the Esopus. For sale. 
424. Roslin Glen and Castle. FranJ^ Cheeny. 
430. Dryburgh Abbey, the Resting-Place of Walter Scott. Rich- 
ard Goodman. 
438. Catde Piece. 
447. Study of Flowers. 

492. Broughty Casde on the Tay. /. M. Falconer. 
535. Study of a Sumack. Albert Bobbet. 
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HART, William {continued) 

1858 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 15 
Tenth Street, 

165. Meadow Groves. Fo7- sale. 

186. Shandaken Hills. /. A. Suydam. 

530. Lake in the Hills. For sale. 

552. Beauty Grove. 

568. The Weedy Bank. C. P. Stewart. 

610. Cape Elizabeth. John A. Weekj. 

626. The Village Spire. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

328. Sunday Morning. W. Thomson. 

428. Esopus Creek. Manning. 

525. Morning after a Fog. W. Thomson. 
552. Hudson River. Thomas Fraser. 
i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

335. Children on the Shore. R. Gordon. 

339. Castle Rock at Ebb Tide. Hatfield. 

387. On the Connectxut. M. Allen. 

480. October's Golden Hours. /. H. Swift. 
620. Coast of Maine. L. Spencer. 

HARTING, Marinus (active 1850-1851) 

1850 Address: 108 Liberty Street. 

371. Landscape in Holland. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: 108 Liberty Street. 

358. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 

HARTMAN, Karl (active 1855) 
1855 Address: London. 

258. The Legend. Rev. E. L. Magoon. 

HARTWICK, G. (active 1857) 
1857 Address: Not given. 

481. A View^ in Essex County, N. Y. For sale. 

HARVEY, George (c. 1800 - after 1877) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 829-1 860. 
1828 Address: 11 1 Concord Street, Brooklyn. 

4. Old Shoreham Church, Sussex, in England, from a Sketch 

Taken in 18 19. 
14. Ruins of a Castle near Chichester, England, Destroyed, 
Duke of Normandy, in 1067, from a Sketch Taken in 18 19. 
159. A Vase of Flowers Copied from Nature. 

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HARVEY, George {continued) 
1829 Address: Boston. 

128. The New Hotel, Tremont Street, Boston. W. H. Eliot. 

1835 Address: Greenbergh, Westchester. 

72. An Elizabethan Cottage on the Hudson. 
105. May Morning, Designed for Friendship's Offering, 

1837 Address: New York University. 

20. Morning, a View near Pittsburgh, on the Ohio River. For 

sale. 
27. Flovt'er Piece. 
58. Dead Calm, Afternoon View near Pittsford, on the Erie 

Canal. Moses Grinnell. 
78. Youthful Life. 
133. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 
141. Miniature Portrait of the Rev. E. N. Mead. 

188. One of the Inclined Planes on the Alleghany Mountains. 
For sale. 

189. Scene on the Hudson, Afternoon. For sale. 

200. Hastings North River Landing. 

201. Morning, View of the Palisades, Looking down the River. 
254. Country Residence of Wash'n. Irving, Esq. Moses Grinnell. 
263. Niagara Falls. 

276. The Old Stone Mill at Newport, R. I. For sale. 

1840 Address: Granite Building, corner Broadway and Chambers 
Street. 
8. Miniature of the Rev. Dr. Wainwright. 

15. Miniature of G. Thompson, Esq. 

16. Min[iature] of a Gentleman. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

272. Impeded Travellers in a Pine Forest, Upper Canada. 

277. Gigantic Sycamore, an Ox Team Crossing the Ford, Owl 
Creek, Ohio. 

287. A Road Accident, a Glimpse through an Opening of the 
Primitive Forest, Thornville, Ohio. 

291. Burning Fallen Trees in a Girdled Clearing, Western Scene. 

296. Winter — Impeded Travellers in a Pine Forest. For sale.* 

300. Autumn — An Ox-Team Crossing the Ford, Gigantic Syca- 
mores, (Platanus Americana,) Growing on Owl Creek, 
Ohio. For sale.* 

304. Flowers in an Ornamental Rural Recess. For sale. 

307. Summer — Thornville through an Opening of the Primitive 
Forest. . . . For sale.* 

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HARVEY, George {continued) 
1842 {continued) 

312. Spring — A "Girdled Clearing," One of the Modes Resorted 
to by Western Settlers to Subdue the Wilderness. Vor sale.^ 
Nos. 296, 300, 307, and 312, are four original paintings, con- 
stituting the first part of a series of forty, now in the course 
of publication. . . . The letter-press is written expressly for the 
work, and revised by W[ashington] Irving, Esq. 

1846 Address: 11 Park Place. 

15. Cornish Coast Scenery. E. Parmly. 

III. Spring Flowers. The Artist. 

146. Sunset — Boys Bathing. The Artist. 

194. On the Kennebec, Me. The Artist. 

248. Portrait of a Gendeman. C. G. Thompson. 

252. View on the Thames, near Gravesend — Water Color Draw- 
ing. The Artist. 

^21. Landscape, in Reflected Light — Road Scene near Saratoga. 
The Artist. 

325. Winter — Boys Coasting. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Not given. 

299. Flowers, with a View of West Point. W. B. Cozzens. 

HASELTINE, William Stanley (i 835-1900) 

Member of the Academy, 1 861-1900. 
1859 Address: Philadelphia. 
712. Landscape. 

i860 Address: Philadelphia. 

164. The Faraglioni, Capri. For sale. 

177. Coast of Naples. H. A. Hurlbut. 

267. Villa Lorrento. For sale. 

454. Sunset near Naples. For sale. 

553. Ostia. E. Slosson. 

572. Claudian Acqueduct. For sale. 

HASKELL, J. A. (active 1831-1843) 
1 83 1 Address: Not given. 

151. Portrait of a Gendeman. Mr. Root. 

1833 Address: Not given. 

84. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1838 Address: 151 Bowery. 

332. Portrait of a Boy. F. Allen. 

333. Portrait of a Lady. 

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HASKELL, J. A. (continued) 
1843 Address: Not given. 

176. Portrait of a Lady. Luther B. IVyman. 

HASS, Bernard (active 1855) 

1855 Address: 12 Dey Street. 

278. Rapids above Niagara Falls. 

HASSELL, J. (active 1843) 
1843 Address: London. 

299. Landscape and Bridge. For sale. 

HASSENCLEVER, J. P. (active 1855) 
1855 Address: Not given. 

55. The Politicians: a Scene in a Prussian Cafe. Mrs. J. Wolfe. 

HASTINGS, E. (active i860) 

i860 Address: Montague Terrace, Brooklyn. 

56. Design for a Country House. E. Hastings. By E. Hastings 
and J. W. Hill. 

89. Design for a Stone House. Hastings & Hill. 

90. Design for a House on a Single Lot. 
Hastings and J. W. Hill. 

119. Design for a Brick Country Church. 

Hastings and J. W. Hill. 
142. Design for a Brick Country Church. 

Hastings and J. W. Hill. 

HATCH, GEORGE W. (i 805-1 867) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827. Associate Member of the Acad- 
emy, 1828-1838, 1843. 

1827 Address: Not given. 
39. Sketches. 

107. Sketch, Beggar's Petition. 

1828 Address: Not given. 

128. Engraving, the Devil's pulpit, in the Talisman, for 1828. 

129. Engraving, from Smirke, R. A. 
1830 Address: Not given. 

93. Frame with Specimens of Engraving. 

HAVELL, Robert (1793-1878) 
1840 Address: Brooklyn. 

62. Nuns at Devotion. For sale. 
102. View in Italy. For sale. 
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HAVELL, Robert {continued) 

1840 {continued) 

185. Capuchin Friars. For sale. 

261. Sunset on the North River. R. Havell. 

290. View in Cumberland, England. R. Havell. 

1 84 1 Address: 172 Fulton Street. 

39. Passaic Falls from the Bridge. For sale. 
123. Morning View on the Conn[ecticut River], from Hartford. 
127. View of the City of Boston, from Dorchester Heights. For 
sale, 

1842 Address: Rocky Mount, Sing Sing. 

3. Autumn — View on the North River from Singsing, Looking 
over Teller's Point and Haverstraw Bay. For sale. 

1843 Address: Sing Sing. 

80. Sunset from Sing Sing, Looking over Haverstraw Bay, 
Highlands in the Distance, North River. For sale. 

116. Morning near Sing Sing Looking over Tappan Bay, North 
River. For sale. 

241. A View of the Croton Dam. For sale. 

323. Noon, Tappan Bay from the Estate of Col, Pierre Van 
Cortlandt. For sale. 

1844 Address: Sing Sing. 

139. The Kaaterskill Falls. For sale. 

1845 Address: Sing Sing. 

303. View of Tarrytown, Looking towards the Highlands. The 

Artist. 
320. Falls of Niagara. The Artist. 

1846 Address: Sing Sing. 

72. Twilight on the Hudson. The Artist. 
320. Sunset, at West Point. The Artist. 

1847 Address: Sing Sing. 

303. View on the North River near Croton. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Sing Sing. 

342. View of Brattleborough, Vermont. For sale. 

1849 Address: Sing Sing. 

291. Niagara Falls from the Canada Side. For sale. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

62. View of the Hudson River, Tappan Bay. For sale. 

HAVENS, G. (active 1839) 
1839 Address: Not given. 

191. Moonlight. G. Havens. 

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HAVILAND, John (i 792-1 852) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 827-1 852, Address: Phila- 
delphia. 
1846 Address: Philadelphia, 

301. Entrance to the State Penitentiary, Philadelphia. 

312. U. S. Naval Hospital, Norfolk, Va. 

317. Great Entrance to the Halls of Justice, New York. 

HAWKSETT, S. (active 1854) 
1854 Address: Not given. 

345. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. G. Hatfield. 

HAYS, William Jacob (1830-1875) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 853-1 875. 

1850 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 

139. Setters in the Field. G. S. Robbins. 
265. English Terriers. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 
105. A New Foundland Dog. 

221. Head of a Terrier. E. D. Nelson. 
342. Rabbit Fanciers. For sale. 

1852 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 

165. Portrait of an English Terrier. E. M. Hop\ins. 
174. Head of a Scotch Terrier. For sale. 
185. Head of a Scotch Terrier. C. A. Hec\scher. 
194. Head of an English Terrier. C. A. Hec\scher. 

313. Note: This is indexed as the work of W. J. Hays but in 
the catalogue it appears as the work of Baldwin & Adams 
{q.v.) with W. J. Hays as the owner. 

375. Cabinet Portrait of a Bull Dog. W. A. S. Van Duzer. 
384. Portrait of a Bull Dog. For sale. 

1853 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 

127. Portrait of Setter and Game. R. Leroy. 

140. Terrier and Rat. For sale. 

1854 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 
114. The Point. For sale. 

225. Terrier and Game. /. H. March. 
332. The Olive Branch, M. O. Roberts. 

1855 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 
154. The Retrieve. The Artist. 
■2:2.7,. Wide Awake. F. E. Church. 
230. Game. Dr. Brandreth. 

248. Game. Dr. Brandreth. 

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HAYS, William Jacob {continued) 

1856 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 

84. Head of a Scotch Terrier. /. Durand. 
91. Rabbit Hunting. 

1857 Address: 208 Fourth Street. 

113. Head of a Poodle. Doct[or] Alcoc\. 

241. A Horse (Portrait). 

278. Head of a Bull-Terrier. Alex. White. 

282. Strawberries. M. O. Roberts. 

284. Green and Blue Winged Teal and Wood Duck. 

1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

39. Head of a Scotch Terrier. Mrs. N. Currier. 
604. Flushing the Covey. For sale. 

1859 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 15 
Tenth Street. 

627. Setters and Game. A. Belmont. 

i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

4. The Wood Duck. Chas. B. Wood. 

HAYWARD, David (active 1844-1848) 

1844 Address: 553 Grand Street. 

394. The Broken Pitcher. For sale. 

1847 Address: 76 Thirteenth Street. 

321. The Tract and Bible Missionary. The Artist. 

1848 Address: 177 Sixth Avenue. 

243. The Lavi^yer and Client. For sale. 

HEADE (HEED), Martin Johnson (active 1843-1872; died 1904) 

1843 Address: 63 Dey Street. 

156. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

1852 Address: St. Louis. 

38. Portrait of a Gentleman. Watson Mathews. 
120. The Woodcutter's Repast. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

341. Mount Hope, R. L The Artist. 
510. A Gentleman. W. R. Clapp. 

i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street, 

152. Sunset on the Meadow^s. Mrs. J. T. Rhodes. 

436. Approaching Thunder Storm. Rev. N. H. Schenc\. 

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HEALY, George Peter Augustus (1813-1894) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 844-1 860. 

1842 Address: Paris, 

230. Portrait of a Lady. ]ames Hanley. 

1844 Address: Paris. 

37. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1848 Address: Washington. 

25. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
204. Portrait of a Lady. 
1852 Address: Washington. 

32. Full Length Portraits. Col. Thorn. 

1857 Address: Washington. 
480. A Lady. 

1858 Address: Washington, D. C. 
193. A Lady. William B. Duncan. 
377. A Lady. Capi. Drayton. 

450. A Lady. Senator Slidell. 

1859 Address: Chicago, 111., and Washington, D. C. 
185. Ex-President Tyler (Ordered by Congress). 

303. Portrait of a Brother Artist, Painted for a Gallery at Chi- 
cago, 111. 
588. A Lady. 
i860 Address: Chicago, 111., and Washington, D. C. 
659. Family Group. 

HEALY, J. P. (active 1836) 
1836 Address: Boston. 

150. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

HEALY, T. C. S. or T. C. R. A. (active 1 839-1 842) 

1839 Address: Not given. 

68. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1842 Address: Not given. 

197. Portrait of a Young Lady. Win. Hanley. 

HEIDEMANS (HEIDMANS), Henri P. (active 1 840-1 841) 

1840 Address: Not given. 

21. Min[iature] of a Gendeman. 

22. Min[iature] of a Gendeman. 

1841 Address: Not given. 

347. Miniature of a Gentleman. 
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HEINE, Wilhelm (William) (active 1850-1859) 

1850 Address: 515 Broadway. 

112. Evening in the Alps. For sale. 
331. Sandy Hook. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: 515 Broadway. 
20. Wood Life. For sale.* 

59. View of Cruger's Island and the Catskill Mountains. John 
Cruger. 
372. Indian Falls, near West Point. M. De Rhane. 

1856 Address: 48 Bible House, Astor Place, N. Y. 

66. Remains of Fort Famine: Straits of Magellan. George 
Westfield. 
280. Simoda: Japan. The Artist. 
283. Hakotadi: Island of Yezzo. The Artist. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway. 

4. Lake Nicaragua. For sale. 

6. Valley in the Bonin Isl[an]ds. Bayard Taylor.* 

7. South-East Bay, Bonin Islands. Bayard Taylor.* 

18. The Gulf of Fonseca, Boundary of Nicaragua, Honduras 
and San Salvador. For sale. 
407. A Morning in the Tropics. For sale. 
544. Trenton Falls. B. Berend. 

1858 Address: 806 Broadway. 
40. Landscape. 

192. Morning on a Northern Shore: Light-House on Saddle Back 

Island, Penobscot Bay. By Wm. T. Heine. 
422. Mt. Washington, North Conway. H. Swijt. 

490. Canton River, China. 

491. Southwest Harbour, Mount Desert, Maine. 

1859 Address: Now in Europe. 

509. North Conway, Mount Washington. 

HEINRICH, H. (active 1850) 

1850 Address: 492 Broadway. 

33. Italian Family, Amusing Themselves. For sale. 
144. Interior. 

HEINSLEY, W. (active 1850) 
1850 Address: Not given. 

215. The Stolen Interview. /. Grosvenor. 

HEISTER, George (active 1 840-1 844) 
1840 Address: Not given. 

176. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
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HEISTER, George {continued) 

1844 Address: 75 Elizabeth Street. 
232. Bryon's Dream. For sale* 

HEKKING, J. Antonio (active 1859) 
1859 Address: Cherry Valley, N. Y. 

260. Summer in the Northern Woods. For sale. 
569. The First Snow in the Woods. For sale. 

HELFF, Joseph (active 1852) 

1852 Address: 233 Broadway. 

244. Tyrolean Views. For sale. 

276. Two of the Ten Commandments Illustrated. For sale. 

HELLER, Mrs. T. (active 1854) 

1854 Address: 49 Walker Street. 

I. Hindoo Girl; Theme from Lalla Rookh. 
158. Italian Girl. 
373. J. Volmering. National Academy. 

HELLINGFORD, (active 1858) 

1858 Address: Not given. 

210. Malaria. Chas. Toppan. 

HENDERSON, (active 1828) 

1828 Address: Not given. 

156, Pen and Ink Drawing. 

157. Pen and Ink Drawing. 
171. Pen and Ink Drawing. 

HENNESSY, William John (1839-19 17) 

Member of the Academy, 1863-19 17. 

1857 Address: 87 Franklin Street. 

355. Christian Forgiveness. W. J. Hennessy. 

1858 Address: 87 Franklin Street, 
282. Sketch for a Picture. 
318. The Fairy Well. 

340. The First Portrait. 

1859 Address: 87 Franklin Street. 

21. A Pencil Drawing. E. Benson.* 

89. A Pencil Drawing. S. P. Avery.* 
480. Dolly Neglected. For sale. 
497. Sketch for a Picture. W. J. Farrell. 
J JO. Captain J. B. Kirker. /. B. KirJ^er. 
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HENNESSY, William John {continued) 
i860 Address: New York University. 
381. Falstaif's Page, R. Goodman. 
408. The Race. For sale. 

HENRY, Edward Lamson (1841-1919) 

Member of the Academy, 1869-19 19. 
1859 Address: Not given. 

586. Below Mauch Chunck on the Lehigh River. For sale. 
781. Barn Yard Scene. For sale. 
i860 Address: Philadelphia. 

478. Barn Yard Scene. For sale. 
647. Farm Scene in Pennsylvania. 

HENSHELWOOD, R. See HINSHELWOOD, Robert. 

HEPBURN, G. M. (active 1847) 
1847 Address: Not given. 
152. Portrait of a Lady. 

HEPBURN, William (active 1857) 

1857 Address: 364 6th Avenue. 
227. Interior, with Cattle. 

HERRICK, H. W. (active 1858) 

1858 Address: Not given. 

109. Bank-Note Vignette — Horse; Study from Nature. For sale. 

HERRING, (active 1852) 

1852 Address: England. 

441. Last of the Moss Troopers. D. L. Suydam. 

HERRING, Frederick William (1821-after 1887) 
1842 Address: Not given. 

93. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
100. Portrait of a Lady. 
1 85 1 Address: Appolo [sic] Rooms, Broadway. 
135. Portrait of a Gentleman. S. Franl^lin. 

HERRING, James (1794-1867) 
1826 Address: Not given. 

35. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

93. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

100, Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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HERRING, James {continued) 
1840 Address: Not given. 

3. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. M. Harper. 
151. Portrait of a Lady. 

1844 Address: 3 Mercer Street. 

69. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. C. S. Rowell. 

1845 Address: New York. 

24. Portrait of a Lady. Charles Vultee. 

25. Portrait of a Gendeman. Charles Vultee, 
57. Portrait of a Gendeman. PFw. Snec\ner. 
75. Portrait of a Gentleman. 5. Brotvne. 

16"]. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. G. Vultee. 
182. Portrait of a Lady. PF. Snec\ner. 
209. Portrait of a Lady. Saml. Brotvne. 

1848 Address: j\i<^ Broadway. 
208. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1849 Address: 429 Broadway. 

13. Portrait of a Lady. Henry Robinson. 
1855 Address: 600 Broadway. 

43. Portrait of a Lady. Brother son. 

HERRING, Louis (or Lewis) (active 1859) 

1859 Address: 98 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn. 
523. A Child. S. O. Dyer. 

HESS, B. (active 1857) 

1857 Address: Not given. 
145. Storm in the Alps. 

HETZEL (HERTZEL), George (1826-1900) 

1857 Address: Pittsburgh. 

28. Landscape — Saw-Mill. /. A. Appleton. 
84. Trouting-Stream on the AUeghanies. 

1858 Address: Pittsburg, Pa. 

77. View on the Juniata. For sale. 

HEWINS, Amasa (1795-1855) 

1837 Address: Boston. 

233. Interior of a Room. 
258. Interior of a Room. 

1838 Address: Not given, 
244. Cavern Scene, 

280. Genaro, the Blind Minstrel of Capua. For sale. 

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HEYDE, Charles L. (active 1850-1867) 

1850 Address: Hoboken. 
147. Weehawken Bluflf. 
154. Weehawken BlufiF. 

1851 Address: 104 Orange Street, Brooklyn. 
89. Sunset after Rain — Highland View. 

loi. River View — Hudson Highlands. For sale. 

119. Sunset — Highland View. For sale. 

200. Indian Brook Falls. For sale. 

217. Sunset — Jersey. 

335. Waterfall. For sale. 

384. Early Morning — Highland View. 

1852 Address: 106 Myrde Avenue, Brooklyn. 
81. Litde Falls, N. J.— Study from Nature. 

356. View on the Passaic. 

429. Aqueduct at Little Falls, N. J., from Nature. 

471. View from the Clififs, at Paterson. For sale. 

1853 Address: 22 Court Street, Brooklyn. 

19. Study from Nature, Vermont. For sale. 

65. Winter Scene. For sale. 

84. Ideal Landscape. For sale. 
132 Vz- Winter Scene. For sale. 
190. Study from Nature, V[ermon]t. For sale. 

1854 Address: 22 Court Street, Brooklyn. 
227. Sunset on the Passaic. A. W. Coit. 

273. Deerfield Plains, Greenfield, Massachusetts. For sale. 

398. The Waterfall. For sale. 
1857 Address: Arlington, Vt. 

193. On Saxton River, near Bellows Falls, Vt. 
1859 Address: Burlington, Vt. 

236. View on the Battenkill at Arlington, Vt. For sale. 

HICKS, Thomas (i 823-1 890) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 842-1 851; Member, 1852- 
1890. 

1839 Address: 22 City Hall Place. 

33. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. Macy. 

89. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. Hic\s. 

186. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Hic\s. 

1840 Address: 16 City Hall Place. 

45. Portrait of a Gentleman. Phelps. 

97. Portrait of a Lady. /. W. Corliers. 
287. Youth and Age. 

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HICKS, Thomas {continued) 

1 841 Address: 93 White Street. 
32. Death's First Visitation.* 

69. Winter Evening Scene. For sale. 
143. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Isaacs. 
178. Portrait of Mr. Hart. 
185. Portrait. O. T. Hewlett. 

1842 Address: 78 Franklin Street. 

19. Portrait of a Gentleman. Capt. James Per\ins. 

41. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Carle, Jun. 

57. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. HicJ{s. 
208. The Lazy Fellow. For sale. 
243. Portrait of a Lady. L. M. Durand. 

1843 Address: 78 Franklin Street. 

126. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. Nichols. 
174. Portrait of a Lady. O. McDaniel. 
197. Ruth's Entreaty. For ^fl/(?.* 

1844 Address: 60 Franklin Street. 

59. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. Leggett. 
loi. Portrait of Dr. H. H. Sherwood. 

188. Portrait of a Lady. 

195. Portrait of a Gentleman. O. Macdaniel. 
231. Portrait of a Lady. R. Nichols. 
248. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. C. Hall. 
264. The Mother's Grave. For sale. 
273, Little Red Riding Hood. For sale. 

1845 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Not 
given. 

108. St. John. The Artist. 

199. Thomas Hicks. N. Academy of Design. 

204. Horse and Shetland Pony. /. H. Hic\s. 

1847 Address: Now in Italy. 

44. Alfred Jones. N. Academy of Design. 

1850 Address: 563 Broadway. 

57. Portrait of J. H. Johnson, M.D. New-Yor\ Hospital. 
155. Portrait of a Lady. 
162. Une Fete Champtre [sic]. 

189. View on the Grand Canal, Venice. 
191. View on the Grand Canal, Venice. 
212. Dolce Far Niente. 

239. Fountain at Palestrina, near Rome. W. D. Pic{man. 
368. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
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HICKS, Thomas {continued) 

1 85 1 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 114 
White Street. 

33. An Aztec Princess. 
128. Portrait, Henry Wells. 

174. Fountain in Front of the French Academy, Rome. 
179. A Portrait. 
262. Crayon Portrait. 

296. Portrait of the late Margaret Fuller. The Artist. 
316. A Study. The Artist. 
334. A Portrait. S. Willetts. 
405. A Portrait. R. Haydoc\. 

1852 Address: 114 White Street. 

49. Full Length Portrait of ex-Governor Fish. City of New- 

Yor\. 
12.J. Portrait of V[incent] Colyer. N. A. Design. 
170. Isaac Jogue, the Missionary in the Valley of the Mohawk — 

Bancroft's His[tory] U. S. 
409. Tribute Money. Note: This number is indexed under both 

Thomas Hicks and Daniel Huntington and catalogued as 

the work of the latter {q.v.). 

1853 Address: 114 White Street. 

122. Portrait of a Lady. O. MacDaniel. 
146. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Steward. 
356. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Van Alen. 

1854 Address: 114 White Street. 

II. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. T. Howard. 

18. Portrait of a Gentleman. E. P. Willetts. 

19. Gipsey Girl. T. Hic{s. 

27. Rev. H. Ward Beecher. /. C. McRae. 

41. Geo[rge] T. Trimble, Full Length. 

43. Bishop Wain Wright. /. C. McRae. 
no. Portrait of a Lady. 

122. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. E. W. Haydoc\. 
142. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. C. W. Wharton. 
151. J. F. Cropsey, N.A. /. F. Cropsey. 
154. John C. Calhoun. R. A. Bachia. 
241. Head Studied in Crayon. T. Hic^s. 
266. Study of Trees on Border Hempstead Plains, L. I. T. Hic\s. 

1855 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Note: The artist held these positions "in the absence 
of H. P. Gray." Address: 114 White Street. 

30. Lucretia Mott. E. M. Davis. 
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HICKS, Thomas (continued) 

1855 (continued) 

46. A Portrait. Thomas Hicf{s. 
99. Hon. Gulian C. Verplanck. Century Club. 
249. Parke Godwin. 

1856 Address: 6 Astor Place. 

3. A Sketch in Colour. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 
67. A Morning in Damascus. Bayard Taylor. 
208. Rosetta Post. Hannah W. Haydoc\. 

1857 Address: 6 Astor Place. 
459. Rev'd. H. Ward Beecher. 

1858 Address: 6 Astor Place. 

13. West Canada Creek, Trenton Falls. 

80. Fitz Greene Halleck. The Artist. 
125. Charles H. Ward, Esq. 
185. Cabinet Portrait. 
271. Autumn Noon. 
411. Sunny Hours. 
577. The Port-Folio. 

1859 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 6 Astor Place. 

513. The Wounded Dove. Chas. A. Dana. 

543. B. R. Winthrop. Mrs. B. R. Winthrop. 

652. The Late Gerard Stuyvesant. Mrs. G. Stuyvesant. 

690. Elisha Kent Kane. Mrs. John K. Kane.* 

753. Prof. E. L. Youmans. Miss Youmans. 

HIDEMAN, (active 1858) 

1858 Address: Not given. 

112. Head of a Persian Jew. G. W. A. ]en\ins. 

HILDRETH, Mrs. (active 1859) 

1859 Address: 20 Boorman Place, 33rd Street. 
59. Rich[ar]d Hildreth (crayon). 

86. A Lady. 

HILL, Miss C. (active 1829) 

1829 Address: 72 Hammond Street. 
136. Nosegay. 

HILL, J. (active 1829) 

1829 Address: Bristol, England. 

184. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Innes. 

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HILL, John Henry (1839-after i860) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1859. 

1856 Address: 48 Beekman Street. 

41. Mill at Halifax, N. S. The Artist. 

70. Mill at Clarkstown, Rockland County, N. Y. The Artist. 

1857 Address: 48 Beekman Street. 
94. Meadow Scene. For sale, 

136. Hackensack Meadows. 
159. Study of Weeds. 

328. Study of an Old Mill. 
332. Study of a Hickory. 
353. Study of a Pine. 

388. Near Tappan, Rockland Co., N. Y. 

390. Pencil Drawings. Sam'l P. Avery. 

444. Esopus Creek, near Shokan, Ulster Co., N. Y. 

1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

100. New- York from Weehawken. 

132. Imp and Carter Mountains. For sale. 

199. High Point, Ulster Co. 

238. Elm Trees. 

249. India Ink and Sepia Drawing. 

285. On the Hackensack. 

292. Mount Washington, from Gorham, N. H. 

329. Rocks on the Coast, Portland, Maine. 
336. Pine Mount, West Bethel, Maine. 
531. Mount Jefferson. 

i860 Address: Not given. 

10. Pen and Ink Drawing of Sunnyside. 
66. White Mountains, from Shelbourne, N. H. S. P. Avery, 
117. Mount Washington. S. P. Avery. 
136. Pen Drawing of Sunnyside. For sale. 
517. Bridge on the Hackensack. 
579. Study. 

HILL, John William (1812-1879) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1833- 1879. 

1828 Address: 72 Hammond Street. 

126. St. Luke's Church, Hudson-Street. 

165. View of J. D. Brown's Residence on the East River, near 
the Shot Tower. 

1829 Address: 72 Hammond Street. 

122. Distant View of Hereford, Eng[land]. For sale. 
161. View of St. Luke's Church, Hudson-Street. 
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HILL, John William {continued) 

1830 Address: 72 Hammond Street. 

103. View of Lower Aqueduct on the Erie Canal. 

168. View of the Chemical Works. V. C. Morrison. 

169. View of the Cohoes Falls. For sale. 

171. View of Albany. For sale. 

172. View of the Chemical Works. S. C. Morrison. 

1 83 1 Address: 72 Hammond Street. 

6^. View of Speaker's Basin, on the Erie Canal. 

65. Mr. Wilde's Cloth Manufactory, West Bloomfield, N. J. 

Mr. John Wilde. 
67. Aqueduct over the Mohawk, Erie Canal. 
69. View of Albany, from Bath. 

1832 Address: 72 Hammond Street. 
136. Sea Piece. 

181. View of City Hotel and Part of Broadway. 

1833 Address: Not given. 

187. View of Alderman Van Nest's Place at Greenwich. Rev. E. 
Baldwin. 

1835 Address: Tenth Street, near Sixth Avenue. 

18. View near Fort Lee, on the Hudson. Thomas Earle. 

81. View on the East River, Looking Up. For sale. 

85. Interior of an Old House in the Tenth Avenue. 
112. Upper Aqueduct on the Erie Canal. 
132. Mohawk River below Cohoes Falls. 
177. View of Hackensack, N. J. Rev. Eli Baldwin. 

1836 Address: 13 Tenth Street. 

34. View on the Hudson, near New- York. For sale. 
61. Bridge near Buttermilk Falls, Albany. For sale. 
156. Cottage at Newbridge, Hackensack, N. J. Henry Demarest. 
1838 Address: Not given. 

125. Otsego Hall, the Residence of J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 
Dr. J. E. De\ay. 

1840 Address: 13 Tenth Street. 

14. An Old Building, at Kentish Town, London. For sale. 

1841 Address: Lyceum of Natural History, Broadway. 
249. The Corners, Staten Island. For sale. 

257. Landscape. For sale. 

269. Limosa Hudsonica, Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme from 
a Drawing by J. Hill. Exhibited by the Engraver. 
1843 Address: 13 Fourth Street. 

263. View in Clarkstown, Rockland County. For sale. 

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HILL, John William {continued) 

1845 Address: 13 Tenth Street. 

252. View in Clarkstown, Rockland Co[unty]. The Artist. 
305. View on the Minischecongo Creek, Haverstraw. The Artist. 

1846 Address: 13 Eleventh Street. 

264. Flora's Fall, Haverstraw Creek. The Artist. 
287. Ruins of a Furnace at Augusta, on the Ramapo. The 
Artist. 

1847 Address: No. 13 Thirteenth Street. 

71. Flora's Fall Creek, Haverstraw. The Artist. 

277. View near Hacketstown [sic], Warren Co., N. }., Water 
Colors. The Artist. 

278. Richmond, Va., Water Colors. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Clarkstown, Rockland County. 
365. Haverstraw. For sale. 

1852 Address: Nyack Turnpike. 

284. View on the Hudson — Anthony's Nose. 

292. Manor Hall, Albany, Residence of S. Van Rensselear. G. W. 

Smith. 
314. Nyack Turnpike, Rockland to N. Y. 

1853 Address: Nyack Turnpike. 

216. View from Greenbush, Rockland Co., N, Y. For sale. 

242. A Calm at Evening. 

258. Lower Fall of the Genesee, at Rochester. 

260. The Hudson, near Albany. 

262. Nyack Turnpike, Rockland County, N. Y. For sale. 

1854 Address: Nyack Turnpike. 

197. Near New City, Rockland Co., N. Y. For sale. 

204. Manor Hall, Yonkers. For sale. 

240. Coast Scene off Portland, Maine. For sale. 

161. View from Caspar's Hill, Rockland Co., N. Y. For sale. 

1856 Address: 48 Beekman Street. 

234. Study from Nature. The Artist. 

250. Union Square, N[ew] York. Dr. Moffat. 

268. Fifth Avenue. G. Thomas. 

1857 Address: 48 Beekman Street. 
138. A Sluggish Stream. 

157. Saw-Mill, Clarkstown, Rockland Co. For sale. 

318. Sunny Side Residence of Washington Irving. E. S. Jaffray. 

326. Chancel of Trinity Chapel, N. Y. For sale. 

404. Road-Side Study. 

416. On the Hackensack. Louis P. Menger. 

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HILL, John William {conthuicJ) 

1858 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 

259. Portland Light, Cape Elizabeth, Maine. For sale. 
276. Androscoggin, at Gillead. 
293. Saw-Mill at Shoken, Ulster County, N. Y. 
312. Marigolds. 

454. Androscoggin at Bethel, Maine. Rev. D. Lord. 
i860 Address: Not given. 
32. Fruit Piece. 

56. Design for a Country House. E. Hastings. By E. Hastings 
and J. W. Hill. 

89. Design for a Stone House. By Hastings and Hill. 

90. Design for a House on a Single Lot. E. Hastings. By E. 
Hastings and J. W. Hill. 

119. Design for a Brick Country Church. By E. Hastings and 

J. W. Hill. 
142. Design for a Brick Country Church. E. Hastings. By 

E. Hastings and J. W. Hill. 
144. Apples. G. G. Hastings. 

151. Scene near Rockland Lake, N. Y. The Artist. 
154. Fruit. The Artist. 
188. Study. The Artist. 
656. An Oven. The Artist. 

HILLYARD, Henry (active 1845) 

1845 Address: 164 Sixteenth Street. 

130. Sketch of a Design for a Statue of Washington for the City 
of New- York. The Artist. 

Pedestal of Granite, 55 feet, designed by F. Catherwood, 
Statue of Cast Iron, 75 feet, designed by T. G. Crawford, 

HILLYER, H. L. (active 1859) 

1859 Address: 195 Montague Street, Jersey City. 
273. Returning from Pasture. For sale. 
374. The Morning Walk. For sale. 

394. The Shades of Evening. For sale. 

548. The Wilds of Licking Creek, Ohio. For sale. 

HILLYER, William (active 1 833-1 842) 

1835 Address: Not given. 
67. Portrait of a Lady. 

1836 Address: 40 Norfolk Street, 
no. Portrait of a Lady. 

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HINCKLEY, Thomas Hewes (1813-1896) 

1846 Address: Milton, Mass. 

228. Landscape and Caide. Amer. Art Union. 
263. Catde. A. M. Cozzens. 

HINGHAM, (active 1832) 

1832 Address: Not given. 

141. View of the City Hall, at Albany. 

HINSDALE, Richard L. (i825-a£ter 1854) 

1852 Address: Not given. 
343. The White Slave. 

1853 Address: 643 Broadway. 

256. Rainy Day — Dreaming. For sale. 

HINSHELWOOD, Robert (i8i2-a£ter 1859) 

1837 Address: Not given. 

219. Engraving from "the First Ship" by J. G. Chapman. 

1838 Address: 114 King Street. 

169. Engraving, from W. S, Mount. 

291. View of the Village of Kingston, Ulster Co. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

150. Landscape. 

151. Landscape. 

152. Revenge. 

1842 Address: Not given. 
260. Drawing. 

352. Drawing. 

1843 Address: Not given. 
336. View of Quebec. 

1846 Address: N. Y. University. 
130. Landscape, Evening, 

272. Byron's Dream — Indian Ink drawing. 

1847 Address: Not given. 

363. Edinburgh, from Arthur's seat. Water Colors. 

1849 Address: No. 11 Twelfth Street. 
332. Drawing — Falls of Niagara. 

1859 Address: 17 West 41st Street. 
87. Engraving. 
90. Engraving. 

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HITCHCOCK, Charles (active 1845-1852) 
1845 Address: 44 Barclay Street. 

147. A Member of the First Company of N. Y. Hussars. /. W. 
Morgan. 
1852 Address: Globe Hotel, Brooklyn. 

152. Portrait of a Lady. H. P. Fisher. 
161. Lady and Child. H. P. Chapman. 
347. Portrait of a Lady. /. D. Sherwood. 

HITE, George H. (active 1839-1860; died c.1880) 

1839 Address: 16 Vesey Street, or Astor House. 

9. Frame of Miniature Por[trai]ts. C. A. Stebbins. 

1840 Address: Vesey Street. 

24. Miniature of a Child. H. A. Cargill. 

1 84 1 Address: 4 Park Place. 
307. Frame of Miniatures: 

1. Of a Gendeman. Ladd, Esq. 

2. Of a Child. G. Curtis. Esq. 

1843 Address: Astor House. 

365. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. Thomas Allcocl{. 

1844 Address: 247 Broadway. 

288. Miniature of a Gentleman. Falconer. 

1848 Address: 14 Warren Street. 

346. Miniature Portrait of the Artist. Chas. A. Stetson. 

1849 Address: 14 Warren Street. 

220. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. Thos. Dugan. 
315. Miniature Portrait of Mrs. Coleman. R. B. Coleman. 
323. Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman. Isaac V. Fowler. 

1855 Address: 363 Broadway. 

240. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. J. E. Storer. 
242. Miniature Portrait of the Late George E. Storer. Mrs. J. E. 
Storer. 
1857 Address: 363 Broadway. 

294. A Boy; Miniature. Northrup. 

HOEY, Edward (active 1856) 

1856 Address: Not given. 

27. The Broken Strap. For sale. 

HOFFMAN, George W. (active 1 843-1 887) 
1843 Address: Not given. 
217. Vegetables. For sale. 



HOFFMAN, George W. {continued) 
1849 Address: 479 Houston Street. 
74. Portrait of a Lady. 

HOHENSTEIN, (active 1854) 

1854 Address: Not given. 

186. The Orphans. W. Schaus. 

208. The First Sleigh Ride. W. Schaus. 

HOLFIELD, H. (active 1858) 
1858 Address: Not given. 

486. Bread of Heaven. M. Knoedler. 

HOLGATE, J. F. H. (active 1838) 

1838 Address: 32 West Broadway. 
205. Landscape Composition. 

HOLLEN, John E. (active 1858-1859) 

1858 Address: 74 East i6th Street. 
71. Basket of Fruit. For sale. 
82. A Plate of Fruit. 

523. Fruit. For sale. 

1859 Address: 74 East i6th Street. 
549. Fruit. For sale. 

HOLLYER, Samuel (1826-1919) 
1856 Address: Pearl Street. 
220. Engravings. 

HOLMES, (active 1830) 

1830 Address: Not given. 

140. View of Cook's Folly, near Bristol, England. 

HOLMES, G. W. (active 1845) 
1845 Address: Not given. 

256. View from the Inclined Plane Looking towards Phila- 
delphia. The Artist. 
311. Log Cabin, near Catskill. The Artist. 

HOMER, Winslow (1836-1910) 

Member of the Academy, 1865-1910. 
i860 Address: 52 East i6th Street. 
145. Skating on the Central Park. 

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HONE, Philip (1781-1851) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 827-1 851. Address: New York, 

HOOGLAND, William (active 1815-1841) 
1830 Address: Not given. 

107. Engraving. Portrait of W. E. Channing, D.D. 

HOOPER, J. (active 1838) 

1838 Address: Not given. 

337. Frame of Wood Engravings. 

HOOPER, W. W. (active 1837-1840) 
1837 Address: Not given. 

210. Wood Engraving, Scene on the French Coast, from G. L. 
Brown. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

154. Frame of Wood Engravings. 

HOPE, James (1818-1892) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 871-1892. 

1854 Address: Castleton, Vt. 
381. Cedar Swamps. 

1855 Address: 62 White Street; Casdeton, Vt., in the Summer. 
33. Autumn: West Rutland, Vermont. H. Batchelder. 

216. Glen Lenna: Lake Dunmore in the Distance. For sale. 

1856 Address: 609 Broadway; Castleton, Vt., in Summer. 
181. Birth-Place of Dr. Horace Green. Dr. H. Green. 
192. The Forest Pool. 

1857 Address: 349 Broadway; Casdeton, Vt., in Summer. 
8. A Study from Nature. 

1859 Address: 609 Broadway; Castleton, Vt., in Summer. 

113. Scene in the Adirondacks — Edmun's Pond, Mount Marcy in 
the Distance. 
i860 Address: 609 Broadway; Castleton, Vt., Summer. 
195. A Glimpse of Nature. Percy R. Pine. 
283. Adirondacks — Mount Mclntyre and Indian Pass from North 

Elba. The Artist. 
526. Rock Basin — from Nature. The Artist. 

HOPE, J. W. (active 1835) 

1835 Address: 547 Broadway. 
64. Moonlight Composition. 



HOPPIN, Augustus ( 1 828-1 896) 
1857 Address: Not given. 

380. Scene in Broadway; Pen and Ink. 

HOPPIN, Thomas Frederick (1816- after 1844) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 845-1 860. 

1843 Address: Providence, R. I. 
67. Daniel in the Lion's Den. 

138. Selling Catde. 
253. Meeting by the Road Side. 
310. An Original Drawing, in Pen and Ink. 
334. The Arrival of Dugald Dalgetty at Darnlinvarach Castle, an 
Original Drawing in Pen and Ink. 

1844 Address: Providence, R. I. 

331. Escape of Wharton (from the Spy). Ajnerican Art Union. 
358. Arrest of Andre. American Art Union. 

HORN, Henry J. (active 1 844-1 857) 

1844 Address: Morses Building, corner Nassau and Beekman Streets. 
379. Fruit. D. Kingsland. 

1845 Address: 63 Franklin Street. 
244. Meditation. The Artist. 

293. Portrait of a Gentleman. D. Kingsland. 

1846 Address: Not given. 
251. Portrait of a Lady. 

1847 Address: 170 Broadway. 

22. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. W . Winans. 
91. Portrait of a Gentleman. Franklin Brown. 

1848 Address: 264 Bleecker Street. 

289. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. H. G. Denniston. 
318. Fruit. For sale. 

1852 Address: 9 Christie Street. 

346. Portrait of a Lady. E. L. Andrews. 

1853 Address: 663 Broadway. 

322. Old Woman with an Open Book. For sale. 

1854 Address: 66^ Broadway. 

12. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Vanderpool. 

16. Portrait of a Lady. /. Simpson. 
339. Portrait of a Lady. H. J. Horn. 
1857 Address: Franklin Buildings, Brooklyn. 
231. A Gendeman. A. Stephenson. 

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HORTON, Edward (active 1831) 

1 83 1 Address: White Street. 

66. Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park. 
70. Design for a Mansion. 

HOSACK, David, M.D. (1769-1835) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1827- 1835. Address: New York. 

HOSKIN (HOSKINS), Robert (active 1 843-1 850) 

1843 Address: 76 Sand Street, Brooklyn. 
169. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
364. Miniature of a Child. 

1845 Address: Not given. 

294. Cottage Comforts. The Artist. 

1848 Address: 80 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn. 
65. Landscape. For sale. 

1850 Address: 80 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn. 
337. Storm Passing Off. For sale. 

HOTCHKISS, T. H. (active 1 856-1 860) 

Associate Member of the Academy, Elect, i860. 

1856 Address: 358 Broadway. 

105. Sunrise in Kauterskill Clove. John R. Murray. 

106. Storm in Kauterskill Clove. For sale. 

216. Study in Kauterskill Clove. G. T. Olyphant. 

1857 Address: 806 Broadway, 
loi. Landscape. 

151. On the Catskill Creek. 

168. Study from Nature, North Conway, N. H. 

428. Meadows of North Conway, N. H. Miss Murray. 

1858 Address: Catskill, N. Y. 

7. Autumn — Lake in the Catskills. 
213. On Catskill Creek. 
407. Summer — Conway Valley. 

1859 Address: Not given. 
257. Landscape. 

500. Harvest Scene. E. J. Dunning. 

HOVEMEYER, Augustus (active 1857) 

1857 Address: Munich. 

24. Expulsion from Eden. 

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HO WITT, (active 1832) 

1832 Address: Not given. 
161. Sketches of Animals. 

HOWLAND, B. F. (active 1853) 

1853 Address: N. Y. University. 

209. The Morning Paper. For sale. 

HOWLAND, Frank (active 1 854-1 860) 

1854 Address: 359 Broadvi^ay. 

288. Portrait of an Artist. G. H. Yewell. 
:ig'j. The Friendless. For sale. 
302. The Mother. For sale. 
308. The Student. For sale. 
i860 Address: Paris. 

239. Picking Grapes, For sale. 

476. Don Juan. For sale. 

512. The First Romance. For sale. 

HOWLAND, William (active 1846-1875) 

1846 Address: 69 Nassau Street. 

315. Wood Engravings from Original Drawings. 

1847 Address: 6g Nassau Street. 

365. Engravings on Wood. 

366. Santa Glaus, Engraving on Wood. 

1848 Address: 69 Nassau Street. 

358. Washington — Wood Engraving. 
370. Wood Engravings. 

HOWS, John Augustus (1832- 1874) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 862-1 874. 

1858 Address: 5 Gottage Place. 

12. Lake Merecombe, Golumbia Go., N. Y. E. Clar\. 
233. Vanitas Vanitatum. For sale. 

1859 Address: New York University. 
166. Lily Pads. For sale. 

373. An Autumn Sketch. R. S. PacJ{wood. 
490. English Kingfisher. Mrs. C. J. Peterson. 
738. The Susquehannah in Otsego. For sale. 
749. October. H. B. H. 

795. Autumn in the Berkshire Hills. A. D. Jessup. 
i860 Address: N. Y. University. 

173. Harvey's Lake. Chas. H. Sheppard. 

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HOWS, John Augustus {continued) 
i860 {continued) 

444. A Sketch. M. Waterman. 

484. Christmas-tide. Mrs. E. A. H. 

655. A Reminiscence of Wyoming. Mrs. A. C. Ritchie. 

HOXIE, Stansbury (active 1 832-1 848) 
1832 Address: Hudson Street. 

75. Landscape. 
1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

117. Moonlight — Indians Spearing Salmon. For sale. 
254. A Portrait, or Personification of Echo.* 

HOYLE, Raphael (1804-1836) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 829-1 831; Member, 1832- 
1836. 

1828 Address: 36 [Merchants] Exchange. 

19. Landscape View of Denning's Point, Hudson River. For 
sale. 

1829 Address: 68 Chatham Street. 

14. View of the Highland from Philipstown, Opposite West 
Point. For sale. 

1830 Address: Newburgh. 

III. Landscape — View near Fort Montgomery. For sale. 

116. Washington's Head-Quarters at Newburgh. 
129. View in the Highlands. For sale. 

1 83 1 Address: 153 Broadway. 

3. Moonlight View of Break-Neck Mountain. Charles Wildes. 

15. Morning Scene. D. Bignell. 

29. View of Long Pond, New Jersey. Austin. 

36. View of West Point, from Phillipstown. D. Bignell. 
53. View on the Battenkill, Vt. For sale. 

117. View on the Ramapo Creek, Monroe, New- York. H. In- 
man. 

156. Landscape. 

1832 Address: Not given. 

26. Landscape. R. W. Weir. 

31. View in Trimble Valley, near Newburgh. Mr. John Par\er. 
49. View near Worcester, Mass. James J. Mapes. 
103. Landscape. 
219. Landscape. P. Hone. 
1836 Address: Newburgh. 

90. View on the Susquehannah. W. H. Townsend. 
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HOYLE, Raphael {continued) 
1836 {continued) 

141. View in the Wyoming Valley. /. W. Knevells. 

220. View of the Southfield Iron-works. W. H. Townsend. 

HOYT, William H. (active 1 859-1 860) 
1859 Address: 207 Tenth Avenue. 

203. The Bane and the Antidote. 

241. Melons. H. }. Conc\lin. 

607. Fruit. 
i860 Address: 207 Tenth Avenue. 

369. Fruit. 

653. Fruit. 

HUBARD, William James (i 807-1 862) 

1847 Address: 14 Warren Street. 
50. Dr. Crighton. 

72. King Philip. The Artist. 

98. Portrait of a Lady. 
132. Small Full Length. 
168. Mr. Hite. 

172. Nurse and Child. The Artist. 
182. Dr. Parker. 
254. Old Mortality. The Artist. 

308. Rev, Edmund Mead. 

HUBBARD, Richard William (1816-1888) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1852-1858; Member, 1859- 
1888. 

1842 Address: 88 Sands Street, Brooklyn. 
115. Composition. For sale. 

309. Composition. For sale. 

1843 Address: 88 Sands Street, Brooklyn. 

153. View from High St., Middletown, Conn. /. A. Russell. 
180. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 
203. Landscape, Composition. M. K. Bridges. 
i6<). Landscape, Composition. M. K. Bridges. 
1845 Address: 107 Jay Street, Brooklyn. 

132. Landscape, Composition. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

217. Composition, — Afternoon. 
1850 Address: New York University. 
213. Snow Piece. 

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HUBBARD, Richard William {continued) 

1850 {continued) 

235. Lake Scene, Salisbury, Conn. 
267. Landscape, the Watering Place. 

1851 Address: New York University. 

387. View of Sandy Beach, Mount Desert. The Artist. 
393. Sundown, a Composition. 

1853 Address: N. Y. University. 
123. Landscape, Composition. 

1854 Address: N. Y. University. 

295. N[ew] England Hill Country. E. D. Little field. 

1855 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: N. Y, 
University. 

64. Early Summer. 

90. Connecticut Lake Scenery. 

1856 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: N, Y. 
University. 

57. High Peak, North Conway, N. H. For sale. 
141. Connecticut: Lake Scenery. For sale, 

1857 Address: N. Y. University. 
71. The Stepping-Stones. 

212. Sunset. 

1858 Address: New York University. 

10. Storm Rising over a Ravine. For sale. 
222. Sundown. For sale. 
410. Sunrise. For sale. 
550. Glimpse of Round Lake, Hamilton Co[unty], N[ew] 

Y[ork]. For sale. 
586. Hill-Top — Afternoon. For sale. 

1859 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 
436. Summer Afternoon. 
465. At Sunset. For sale. 

478. A View on the Mohawk near Utica. For sale. 
636. Midsummer. For sale. 
i860 Address: 15 Tenth Street. 
294. Hay-making. For sale. 
378. Crossing the Bridge. James A. Suydam. 
470. Mount Mansfield, Vt. For sale. 

HUBER, Konrad (active 1857) 

1857 Address: iii Broadway. 
372. Pen and Ink Drawing. 

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HUBERT, (active 1852) 

1852 Address: Richmond, Va. 

252. Cartoon of Young's Night Thoughts. Rujus Griswold, 

HUBNER, (active 1850) 

1850 Address: Diisseldorf. 

234. The Jilt. Geo. Ehninger. 

HUDSON, William [Jr.] (1787 -after 1858) 

1858 Address: 137 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 

298. A Lady. Dr. J. Mayher. 

299. A Gentleman. Dr. Guy. 

300. A Gentleman. Captain Tannie. 

HUGGINS, William (1820-1884) 
1857 Address: Not given. 

446. Facing the Enemy. G. W. A. Jen{ins. 

HUGHES, Robert Ball (i 806-1 868) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1831-1860. 
1 84 1 Address: New York. 

338. Bust of H. Inman, Esq. 

HUMBERT, Adele (active 1 846-1 853) 

1853 Address: 88 Montague Place, Brooklyn. 
6y. Magdalen. For sale. 

73. A Child with Fruit. For sale. 

88. Melancholy. For sale. 
142. Angelique. 
219. Portrait of a Lady. 
229. Portrait. Dr. Bucl{. 
280. Miniature Portrait of a Boy. Dr. Buc\. 
438. Portrait of Prof. Gray. Gray. 

HUMPHREYS, William (i 794-1 865) 

Engraver, Honorary Member, Professional, 1 833-1 860. Ad- 
dress: London. 

HUNT, Samuel Valentine (i 803-1 893) 

1836 Address: 144 Canal Street. 

63. Scene at Huntington, Long Island. 

64. Scene at ditto. 

1837 Address: Not given. 

236. View of Long Island. /. O. Con\lm. 
272. Scene at Ramapo. For sale. 

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HUNT, Samuel Valentine {continued) 

1838 Address: Not given. 
167. Landscape. For sale. 
179. Landscape. For sale. 

1839 Address: Not given. 

14. CJravesend. For sale. 
196. Landscape. For sale, 
igy. Landscape. For sale. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

73. Landscape. For sale. 
189. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1845 Address: Brooklyn. 

31. Lane Scene. The Artist. 
193. Landscape. The Artist. 

1852 Address: Not given. 

278. On the Passaic. For sale. 

1853 Address: Not given. 
273. Fruit. C. R. Duggan. 

1854 Address: Not given. 

182. Long Island Scene. Mr. Thompson. 
210. On the Miami River. Mr. Thompson. 
282. Still Life. Mr. Thompson. 
1859 Address: Bay Ridge. 
157. English Partridges. 
761. Study from Nature. For sale. 

HUNT, W. (active 1848) 

1848 Address: 491 Broadway. 
337. The Hindoo's Pet. 
350. Master Lansing. 

HUNT, William Holman (1827-1910) 
1856 Address: London, England. 

207. The Earl of Essex's Drawing Room. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 

HUNT, William Morris (1824-1879) 

1856 Address: Bratdeboro, Vt. 

30. The Fortune Teller. F. B. Broo{s. 
123. Girl and Rabbit. Martin Brimmer. 
169. "La Marguerite." Martin Brimmer. 

1857 Address: Newport, R. L 
39. The Fountain. For sale. 
70. Sheep-Pasture. For sale. 

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HUNT, William Morris {continued) 
1857 {continued) 

88. La Bouquetiere. For sale. 
291. La Boquetiere [sic] Lith[ograph], 
305. Hurdy Gurdy. 
519. The Belated Kid. James Davis* 

HUNTER, Rev. Dr. John (died 1862) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1849-1860. Address: New York. 

HUNTINGTON, Daniel (1816-1906) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1840; Member, 1841-1906. 
President of the Academy, 1862-1870; 1877-1890. 

1836 Address: New York University. 
59. Landscape. Dr. Dering. 

75. Toper Asleep. 
148. Landscape, Sunset. For sale. 
162, Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1837 Address: 48 Vesey Street. 

75. View of Rondout. /. P. Ridner. 

76. Lake on the Shawangunk Mountain. A. Dougherty. 

90. Portrait of a Naval Officer. 

91. Portrait of the Rev. Dr. M'Auley. Rev. Dr. M'Auley. 
235. Twilight Valley of the Rondout. A. Dougherty. 

1838 Address: 44 Vesey Street. 

31. Portrait of an Old Gentleman Reading. Dr. J. Huntington. 

44. Portrait of a Lady. /. W. M. Lane. 
188. Landscape. A. Dougherty. 
196. Landscape. /. P. Ridner. 
210. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. Hoyt. 
217. Portrait of a Lady. T. W. C. Moore. 
256. Landscape Composition. F. FinJ{. 
261. Portrait of Rev. Hugh Smith. 
263. Landscape View on the Rondout. F. Fin\. 
321. Small Portrait of a Young Lady. /. P. Ridner. 

323. View of Little Falls on the Passaic. /. P. Ridner. 

324. The Traps, a Pass in the Shawangunk Mountain. /. P. 
Ridner. 

1839 Address: 44 Vesey Street. 
56. Portrait of a Lady. 

72. Por[trai]t of Judge Wm. Jay. John Jay. 
102. Full Length Portrait of a Lady and Child. P. L. Foul\e. 
26/{. The Lover's Surprise. /. P. Ridner. 

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HUNTINGTON, Daniel {continued) 

1840 Address: Not given, 

50. Portrait of a Gentleman. Townsend. 

217. Bridge over the Ramapo. Marcus Bull. 

222. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

224. Woodland Scene. Marcus Bull. 

1 84 1 Address: 44 Vesey Street. 

27. Mercy's Dream. Edward L. Carey* 
154. Portrait of T[homas] Cole, N.A. T. Cole. 
179. Portrait of a Young Lady. Mrs. D. H. Barnes. 
186, Portrait of a Lady. W. C. Wales. 

1842 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 44 Vesey Street. 

6. Group of Children. 

60. Portrait of a Child. 

153. Landscape. Henry Coggill. 
157. Portrait of a Lady. 

195. Landscape. 
201. Landscape. 
204. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

222. Venitian [sic] Girl. 
234. Roman Girl. 

1843 Address: 44 Vesey Street. 

53. Portrait of a Lady. H. G. Thompson. 

58. Portrait of S. Newton Dexter, Esq., of Whitestown. Ham- 
ilton College. 
171. Portrait of H. Huntington, Esq., of Rome, Oneida County, 
N. Y. 

223. Sheperd Boy of the Campagna. A. M. Cozzens. 

1844 Address: Rome. 
200. Beatrice. 

1845 Address: Rome, 

78. Landscape, Tuscany. /. L. Schoolcraft. 
139. Sleeping Figure. 

154. Swiss Landscape. Mrs. Verbryc/(. 
232. Penitents. G. R. Lewis. 

1846 Address: Clinton Hall. 

42. Alms-Giving. Amer. Art Union. 
47. Master and Pupils, Charles Parser. 
65. Italy. Geo. R. Lewis. 

90. Portrait of a Gendeman. David Leavitt. 
178. The Sacred Lesson. A. M. Cozzens. 
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HUNTINGTON, Daniel {continued) 

1846 {continued) 

196. Mother and Child. P. Richards. 
226. Woman at the Well. W. H. Spencei: 
277. Portrait of a Gentleman. Geo. R. Lewis. 

1847 Address: 114 White Street. 

18. Portrait of a Child. C. J. Steadman. 

49. V. G. Audubon, N.A. N. Academy of Design. 

70. Mercy Fainting at the Wicket Gate. Capt. Spencer. 

82. Lady Jane Gray [sic], interrupted in her devotions in the 
Tower. James Robb. 

93. Portrait of a Gentleman. James J. Jones. 
146. Portrait of a Lady. Chas. Leupp. 
2ig. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Ver Bryc^. 
222. Piety and Folly. R. H. Pruyn.* 
290. Capt. Stringham, U.S.N. W . H. Richards. 

1848 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 114 White Street. 

10. H. K. Brown. N. Academy of Design. 
14. A Child Bringing Flowers to Princess Elizabeth, when a 
Prisoner, in the Reign of Mary. S. E. Lyon. 

19. Rev, Dr. Varela. Mrs. C. Madden. 

38. Lady Jane Grey and Friar Feckenham Disputing in the 

Tower. John Towne. 
102. Charles King. Rev. A. B. Paterson. 
133. View in St. James' Park, London. M. M. Dow. 
186. Christian Faith. Col. J. G. Totten. 
269. Portrait of a Child. Rev. A. B. Paterson. 

1849 Address: 114 White Street. 

10. Study of a Head. Mrs. C. H. Richards. 
44. Columbus. James Lenox. 

68. The Angel Appearing to the Marys at the Sepulchre of 
Our Lord.* 

93. Environs of Rome. 
124. Portrait of Martin Van Buren. John Van Buren. 

173. Portrait of a Lady. Inness. 

I'yi. Group of Children. A. M. Cozzens. 

1850 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 114 
White Street. 

8. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mrs. Loc^wood. 
52. A Coast Storm Passing Olif. For sale. 

69. Portrait of a Lady. Orphan Asylum. 

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HUNTINGTON, Daniel {continued) 

1850 {continued) 

339, The Cup of Cold Water, or Child's Lesson on Charity. 
Rollin Sandjord. 

1 85 1 Address: 42 East 20th Street. 

10. Portrait of Dr. Manly. Bellcvue Hospital. 

25. A Cavern in the Mountain. A. Art Union. 
356. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. T. Strong. 
399. Edge of a Wood. /. Wolfe. 

1852 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: 48 East 20th Street. 

9. Portrait of Simeon Draper. Belief ue Hospital. 
15. Landscape. T. W. C. Moore. 

26. Portrait of W. S. Stell. /. P. Cron\hite. 

31. Right Rev'd John Bird Sumner, Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. 

Episcopal Seminary. 
149. Portrait of a Lady. Cristobal Madan. 
209. Hon. Albert Gallatin. A. Gallatin. 
214. Child. Cristobal Madan. 
319. Italian Scene after Sunset. R. B. Fosdic\. 
351. Cabinet Portrait. R. Mansfield. 
370. Portrait of a Lady. /. F. Cropsey. 
373. Portrait of a Lady. 
387. Portrait of a Child. A. M. Cozzens. 
403. Portrait of a Gendeman. S. Cambreling. 
409. Tribute Money.* 

1853 Address: Now in Europe, 

I. Forest Scenery. /. P. Beaumont. 
48. Dr. Bayard. Dr. Bayard. 

56. Sir Charles L. Eastlake, P.R.A. New-Yor\ Gallery. 
416. Mrs. H[enry] Peters Gray. H. P. Gray. 

1854 Address: Appleton's, Broadway and Leonard Street. 
17. Clement Moore, LL.D. Prot. Epis. Seminary. 
28. The Good Samaritan. M. O. Roberts. 

37. Rt. Rev. J. P. Mcllvaine, Bishop of Ohio. 
327. Sunset on the Sacondaga. M. Osborne. 
384. Rev. Dr. Wilson. 

1855 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 346 
Broadway (Appleton's). 

42. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
67. A Magdalen. C. A. Lewis. 
79. Portrait of a Lady. 

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HUNTINGTON, Daniel {continued) 

1855 {continued) 

86. Portrait of a Lady. B. W. Huntington. 
155. Study of Rocks. 
211. George Inness. National Academy. 
232. A French Jewess: A Study. 
250. Study of an Old Head. 

1856 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 346 
Broadway (Appleton's). 

74. Portrait of a Lady. Theo. Cuyler, Jr. 
124. Robert Kelly. 

131. A Grape-Gatherer. H. B. Marquand. 
142. Martha Reproved. "St. Luke, chap, xi." Fletcher Williams. 

1857 Address: 346 Broadway. 

19. Rt. Honorable the Earl of Carlisle (now 1855), Lord Lieut, 
of Ireland. N. Y. Hist. Society. 

86. Hon. G. C. Verplanck. Com[missione^rs of Emigrat[io]n. 
116. Mortimer Livingston. 
129. A Lady. Mrs. Bell. 
141. A Lady. Mrs. Bell. 
221. A Lady. Mrs. Bell. 
393. A Lady. Wm. Curtis Noyes. 
509. Hosea Webster. Brooklyn Savings' Ban^. 

1858 Address: Now in London. 

61. Mill-Pond at Chocorua. R. M. Oliphant. 
174. Christ and the Woman of Samaria. R. M. Oliphant. 
^11. Girl Reading. James A. Suydam. 

501. Distant View of the White Mountains. Stephenson. 

572. A Gentleman. Gordon F. Lord. 

599. Off the Coast of Maine. Stephenson. 

1859 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
283. A. B. Durand, P.N.A. 

304. A Lady, 

325. The Sketcher, a Portrait of M'Ue Rosina, a Jewess. Brook- 
lyn Institute. 
507. Louis. Mrs. O'Sullivan. 
547. Boy with a Boat — a Portrait. D. H. 
554. A Gentleman. P. Richards, Jr. 
6ig. A Child with a Paroquet. S. Gandy. 
66^. A Lady. Gordon L. Ford. 
i860 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
169. Julia. Wm. H. Wells. 
257. The Counterfeit Note. 

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HUNTINGTON, Daniel {continued) 
i860 {continued) 

264. Lewis Roberts, Broo/{lyn Mer[cantile] Lib\rar\y. 

360, After a Storm. S. P. Avery. 

404. Joy and Kit. D. f. Lyons. 

430. Hon. James Humphrey. 

448. A Lady — Half Length. S. Gandy. 

466. A Lady. 

528. An Englishman. Leonard Jacobs. 

615. Judge Edwards. /. Edwards. 

HURLSTONE (HURLSTON), Frederick Yates (1800-1869) 
1 85 1 Address: London. 

30. Lady Macbeth. Robt. M. Pratt. 

HUTCHINGS, Stephen B. (active 1811-1846) 
1834 Address: Not given. 

105. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

HUTCHINGS, William E. (active 1857-1858) 

1857 Address: 27 Cottage Place. 

515. Roadside Cottage, Eng[land]. 

1858 Address: 27 Cottage Place. 
177. Potomac River Scenery. 

228. Scene in Virginia near Potomac Falls. 

INGHAM, Charles Cromwell (1796-1863) 

Member of the Academy, 1 826-1 863. 

1826 Address: 30 Broad Street. 

11. Portrait of a Lady. 

12. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
21. Portrait of a Lady. 

27. Full Length Portrait of General La Fayette. 
68. Portrait of a Lady. 

87. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
108. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
132, Portrait of a Lady, 
143. Portrait of a Lady. 

1827 Member of the Council. Address: Garden Street. 
14. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

28. Portrait of a Lady. 
72. Portrait of a Lady. 
79. Portrait of a Lady. 

91. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

92. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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INGHAM, Charles Cromwell {continued) 

1828 Member of the Council. Address: Franklin Street. 
I. Family Group. D. Hosac^, M.D. 

16. Portrait of a Gentleman. Rev. Dr. Milnor. 

21. Portrait of a Lady. 

40. The White Plume. C. Ingham. 

58. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
73. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

105. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

108. Portrait of a Boy with a Horse. 

121. Portrait of a Lady. 

1829 Member of the Council. Address: 69 Franklin Street. 
5. Portrait of a Lady. 

10. Family Group. Gantley. 

16. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. Haggerty. 
25. Portrait of a Lady. Stewart. 

30. Portrait of a Lady. /. Bell. 

59. Portrait of a Lady. 
76. Portrait of a Lady. 
80. Portrait of a Lady. 
86. Portrait of a Lady. 

99. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

116. Portrait of His Excellency the late Governor De Witt Clin- 
ton. For sale. 

1830 Member of the Council. Address: 69 Franklin Street. 
5. Portrait of a Gendeman. Farquhar. 

21. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

34. Full Length Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Palmer. 

72. Portrait of a Lady. 

125. Portrait of a Gentleman. Thomas Dixon. 
136. Full Length Portrait of a Little Girl with Flowers. 
158. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 83 1 Member of the Council. Address: 69 Franklin Street. 
5. Full Length of a Little Girl, with Flowers. 

11. Full Length Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Palmer. 
28. Portrait of a Gentleman. G. G. Rowland. 

31. The White Plume. 

34. Portrait of a Lady, with a Basket of Flowers. John Hil- 
dreth. 

35. Portrait of a Lady. ]ohn Hildreth. 
129. Portrait of a Lady. /. Bell. 

132. Portrait of a Lady, G. Storm. 
187. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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INGHAM, Charles Cromwell {continued) 

1832 Member of the Council. Address: 69 Franklin Street. 

43. The Bard Singing, "The Isles of Greece," before Haidee 

and Juan. C. Ingham* 
55. Group. 

65. Portrait. C. Wil\es. 
69. Portrait. 
192. Portrait, 

199. Portrait. 
202. Portrait. 
211. Portrait. 
214. Portrait. 

1833 Member of the Council. Address: 69 Franklin Street, 
no. Portrait of a Lady. 

1834 Member of the Council. Address: Not given. 

75. Ariel. (The engraving of this picture is in an advanced 
stage by Stephen H. Gimber, and will be published by sub- 
scription only. Subscription book at the door.) 
81. Portrait of a Lady. 
154. Portrait of a Lady. 

1835 Member of the Council. Address: 61 Franklin Street. 
21. Portrait of a Lady. Spencer. 

23. Portrait of a Gentleman. Grove Wright. 

26. Portrait of a Lady. L. Hoffman. 

34. Portrait of a Lady. Isaac Lawreiice. 

41. Portrait of a Lady. 0\ey. 

48. Landscape View, Looking over the Hudson towards Fish- 
kill, from the Seat of J. L. Morton, Esq., N.A., at New- 
Windsor. Richard Ward. 
182. Portrait of a Lady. Edmund Morton. 

1836 Member of the Council. Address: 61 Franklin Street. 
79. Portrait of a Lady. 

87. Portrait of a Gentleman. Grove Wright. 

107. Portrait of a Lady. 

192. Portrait of a Lady. 

200. Portrait of a Lady. 

1837 Member of the Council. Address: 78 White Street. 
34. Portrait of a Sportsman. 

no. Portrait of a Lady. 

271. Portrait of Miss Sedgwick. 

282, Landscape. 

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INGHAM, Charles Cromwell {continued) 

1838 Member of the Council. Address: 78 White Street. 
25. Portrait of a Lady. 

40. Portrait of a Gentleman. M. Lee. 
113. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
202. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
219. Portrait of a Lady. 
246. Portrait. 

265. Portrait. 

1839 Address: 78 White Street. 

20. The Great Adirondack Pass, Painted on the Spot.* 
180. Portrait of a Lady. 
188. Portrait of a Lady. 
215. Lady and Child. 
256. Portrait of a Child. 

1840 Member of the Committee on Arrangements. Address: 78 

White Street. 
42. Full Length Portrait of a Child. 
107. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Morton. 
132. Portrait of a Lady. C. C. Ingha7n. 
195. Portrait of the late William Dunlap, Esq., Vice President of 

the National Academy. 
263. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

266. Portrait of a Lady. 

292. Half Length Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Lorillard. 

1 84 1 Address: 78 White Street. 
55. Portrait of a Lady. 

70. Portrait of a Child. 

Note: This work is indexed as by R. Morghen and catalogued 

as that of C. C. Ingham. 
157. Portrait of a Lady. 
217. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1842 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 78 White Street. 

28. Portrait of a Lady. 
165. Portrait of a Lady. 
178. Portrait of a Lady. 

1843 Address: 78 White Street. 
61. Portrait of a Lady. 

68. Portrait of the late Rev. Dr. Channing. 
222. Portrait of a Lady. 

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INGHAM, Charles Cromwell {continued) 

1844 Address: 78 White Street. 
95. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

113. Portrait of Thomas S. Cummings, Esq. N. Academy of 

Design. 
124. Portrait of a Lady. 
176. Portrait of a Lady, 
192. Portrait of a Lady. 
239. Portrait of a Lady. 

1845 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 78 White Street. 

13. Capt. C. Marshall. 

6^. Capt. Tho[ma]s Cropper. 
118. Group of Children. 
169. Portrait of a Lady. 
184. Portrait of a Lady. 

1846 Vice-President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Mem- 
ber of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 78 White 
Street. 

28. Full Length of a Boy. G. A. Hearn. 
179, Portrait of a Lady. 

1847 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 78 White Street. 

147. The Flower Girl. Jonathan Sturges. 
349. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. 

1848 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 78 White Street. 

158. Portrait of a Lady. 
236. Portrait of a Lady. 

284. Portrait of a Lady. W. S. Conely. 

1849 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 78 White Street. 

159. Portrait of a Lady. 
164. Portrait of a Lady. 

1850 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 78 White Street. 

136, Portrait of a Lady. 
140. Portrait of a Lady. 

148. Portrait of a Child, 
176. Head of a Child. 
315, Portrait of a Lady, 

320. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
352. Portrait of a Lady, 

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INGHAM, Charles Cromwell {continued) 

1858 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 379 
Fourth Street. 

515. A Gentleman. 

561. A Lady. 

597. Whole Length of Master Little. ]acob Little. 

1859 Address: 397 Fourth Street. 
729. A Child. B. H. Field. 
741. Group of Children. 

i860 Vice-President of the Academy; Member of the Council; Mem- 
ber of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 379 Fourth 
Street. 

293. A Young Lady. 

410. Ida. 

565. A Gentleman. 

INGHAM, William (active 1858-1860) 

1858 Address: 147 Tenth Street. 
44. Quail. /. R. Brevoort. 

135. Still Life — Interior. 

136. Study of Fruit. /. B. Cushier. 

1859 Address: 147 Tenth Street. 
223. Winter Fruit. For sale. 
358. Old Man's Head. For sale. 
551. The Desert. Miss M. J. Bennett. 
689. Still Life. 

695. Still Life. For sale. 
i860 Address: Not given. 
240. Cherries. For sale. 



IAN, Henry (1801-18. 


l6) 






Member of the 


Academy, 1826- 


1846. 




1826 Vice-President. 


Address: 48 Vesey Street. 


I. 


Portrait of a 


Lady. 






2. 


Portrait of a 


Lady. 






3- 


Portrait of a 


Gendeman. 






4- 


Portrait of a 


Gendeman. 






23- 


Portrait of a 


Lady. 






55- 


Portrait of a 


Gendeman, on 


Bristol 


Paper. 


60. 


Portrait of a 


Gentleman, on 


Bristol 


Paper. 


97- 


Copy from Morland. 






112. 


Portrait of a 


Lady. 






113- 


Portrait of a 


Gendeman. 

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INMAN, Henry {continued) 

1826 {continued) 

133. Portrait of a Lady. 
136. Portrait of a Lady. 

165. Death of Mohegan. 

1827 Vice-President; Ex-ofl&cio member of the Council. Address: 
49 Vesey Street. 

4. Full Length Portrait of Mr. Macready in the Character of 
Wm. Tell. For sale* 
77. Portrait of a Lady. 
95. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

no. Engraving by A. B. Durand of Dr. Swaim, from a Sketch 
by H. Inman. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1828 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: 49 Vesey 
Street. 

3. Portrait of a Lady. H. Inman. 
8. Portrait of Mrs. Wallack. 

17. Portrait of Mr. Wallack, 

52. Portrait of a Gentleman. T. Dixon. 

61. Portrait of a Little Girl. Hudson, Esq. 

70. Portrait of a Gentleman. Gc«. /. Morton. 

72. Portrait of a Lady and Child. H. Livingston. 
74. Family Group of Six Children. H. Livingston. 

77. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Livingston. 

79. Portrait of S. L. Mitchell, L.L.D., &c. &c. 

80. Portrait of Macready. 

109. Portrait of Henry Rutgers, Esq. 
112. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
125. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

166. Miniature of Clara Fisher. 

140. Engraving by A. B. Durand of William Tell, after Inman. 
Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1829 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: 49 Vesey 
Street. 

6. Portrait of a Gentleman. S. Whitemore. 
II. Portrait of a Lady. S. Whitemore. 

18. Portrait of a Gentleman. Samuel Ruggles. 
28. Portrait of a Gentleman. Jos. Cowell. 

33. Portrait of a Gentleman. Jenkins. 

36. Portrait of a Favorite Pointer. H. Inman. 

38. Portrait of Col. Nicholas Fish. Col. N. Fish. 

40. Portrait of a Lady. Sam Whitemore. 

50. Portrait of a Lady. Sam. Whitemore. 

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INMAN, Henry {continued) 

1829 {continued) 

53. Study from Nature. Rogers. 

67. Shedaud; Designed for the Talisman of 1829. John L. Mor- 
ton. 

73. Portrait of a Gentleman. Titus. 

85. Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Whitemore. 

87. Portrait of a Gentleman. Frame. 

100. Portrait of a Gendeman. Dr. S. C. Roe. 
113. Portrait of a Lady. P. VerplancJ{. 
118. Portrait of a Gentleman. ]acob Barker. 
176, 177. Miniature Sketches of a Lady and Gentleman. Jos. 
Co well. 

1830 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: 43 Vesey 
Street, and 38 Reed Street. 

7. Full Length Portrait of the Honourable M. Van Beuren [^/V] 
Common Council. 

9. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Laight. 
10. Group of Portraits. Mr. Wade. 
30. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Boggs. 
36, Portrait of Bishop Du Bois. 
53. Portrait of a Gentleman. Dr. Yates. 
61. Landscape with Figures. For sale. 
82. Miniature Portrait of a Lady. 

131. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Ball. 

132. Portrait of a Lady. Mr. Li? i^oy. 

146. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Ruggles. 

1 83 1 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: 43 Vesey 
Street. 

30. Portrait of a Gentleman. Gen. N. Fish. 

32. Full Length of Mr. M'Cready, in the character of Wm. 
Tell. C. Edwards. 

33. Portrait of Miss Clara Fisher. Bourne. 

128. Portrait of a Lady. Col. Fish. 

130. Portrait of the Hon. M. Van Buren. Common Council. 

131. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

133. Portrait of a Lady. 
136. Portrait of a Lady. 

1832 Address: Philadelphia. 

2. Portrait of Mr. Hackett. James Hackett. 
16. Portrait of Col. Childs. 
42. Portrait. 

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INMAN, Henry {continued) 

1832 {continued) 

195. Mr. Hackett, in the Character of Rip Van Winkle. /. 

Hac}{ett. 
206. Full Length Portrait of the late Col. Varick. A^. Y. Bible 

Society. 

1833 Address: Philadelphia. 

93. Portrait of a Little Girl. Livingston. 

105. Portrait of a Gentleman, 

III. Landscape. 

120. Portrait of Rev. Mr. Stone. Col. William L. Stone. 

133. Portrait of J. Audubon, Esq., Painter and Naturalist. 

174. Pencil Sketch of Red Jacket. 

208. Portrait of John Marshall, Chief Justice of U. S. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

20. Portrait of Rev. H. Morton. E. Morton. 

1835 Address: 16 Walker Street. 
10. Portrait of a Child. 

47. Portrait of Hon. J. G. Watmough. 

60. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

68. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
148. Portrait of a Lady. 

152. Portrait Rt. Rev. Bishop Doane. 

163. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

184. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

200. Portrait of a Lady. 

214. Portrait of a Lady. Isaac hawrence. 

225. "The Bride of Lammermoor." Hugh Sivinton Ball. 

226. Portrait of a Lady. Isaac Latvrence. 

227. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1836 Address: 16 Walker Street. 

69. Group of Children. E. Parmly. 

70. Portrait of a Lady. Battell. 

83. Portrait of William Rawle, Esq., of Philadelphia. Phila- 
delphia Bar. 
loi. Portrait of a Child. H. Anderson. 
132. Landscape. For sale. 

135. Portrait of the Rt. Rev. Bishop White. Bishop Doane. 
146. Portrait of Col. G. P. Morris, Col. Morris. 

1837 Address: 16 Walker Street. 
23. Group of Children. 

35. Portrait of Valentine Mott, M.D. Neiv-Yor\ Hospital 

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INMAN, Henry {continued) 

1837 {continued) 

50. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

118. Portrait of a Young Lady. Bolton. 

224. Portrait of President Duer of Columbia College. 

1838 Address: 18 Walker Street. 

80. Portrait of a Lady. E. Dodge. 

93. Portrait of Edwin Forrest, Esq. Edwin Forrest Boat Club. 
103. Portrait of a Lady. Oliver Hull. 
201. Sisters. James King. 

220. Group of Children. Robert Ray. 

230. La petite Augusta, as Zoloe in la Bayadere. R. C. Maywood. 

258. Portrait of a Lady. 

298. Portrait of a Child. D. B. Fuller. 

1839 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: 18 Walker 
Street. 

18. Portrait of the Rev. H. Croswell. Edwin Croswell. 

64. Portrait of a Lady. Wm. L. Stone. 
164. Portrait of a Young Lady. H. Inman. 
185. Group of Two Children. Mrs. R. Ray. 

221. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. Stebhins. 
116. Portrait of a Lady. H. Stebbins. 

228. Portrait of a Young Naval Officer. H. Stebbins. 

247. Master Giovanni Sconcia. Sconcia. 

280. Group of Lady and Three Children. /. G. Hic:{s. 
158. Engraving by J. F. E. Prud'homme of Wm. Penn, after 
Inman. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1840 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: 18 Walker 
Street. 

52. Portrait of Nicholas Biddle, Esq. R. M. Blatchford. 
129. Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Taylor. 
153. Portrait of E. Ranger, Esq. C. H. Bertie, London. 

171. Heads of Children. P. M. Wetmore. 

172. Heads of Children. P. M. Wetmore. 

206. Portrait of Master Wetmore. P. M. Wetmore. 

1841 Vice-President; Member of the Council. Address: Vesey Street. 
10. Group of Children. Charles Edwards. 

25. Group of Children. 

26. Group of Three Ladies. H. G. Stebbins. 

28. Landscape View in Sullivan County, N. Y. H. G. Stebbins. 
89. Portrait of D. Stevens. A^. Y. Hospital. 
98. Portrait of a Lady in a Riding Dress. H. G. Stebbins. 
150. News Boy. G. D. Strong. 

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INMAN, Henry {continued) 

1841 {continued) 

205. Group of Children. 
211. Portrait of a Child. 
304. Landscape Sketch. 

1842 Vice-President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: 32 Warren Street. 

loi. Portrait of Professor Mapes. Professor J. J. Mapes. 
227. "Mumble the Peg." * 

1843 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: Not given. 

28. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
199. Portrait of Col. W. R. Johnson. 
239. Portrait of a Girl. 

328. Portrait of a Gentleman. Buxton. 

333. Engraving by A. L. Dick from an Original Portrait of H. 
Inman. Exhibited by the Engraver. 

1844 Vice President; Member of the Council; Member of the Com- 
mittee of Arrangements. Address: Not given. 

62. Portrait of the late Bishop Moore, of Virginia. A. M. 
Cozzens. 
104. The Ladye with a Mask. E. L. Carey. 
314. Landscape. /. Little. 

1845 Address: Not given. ' . 
161. Rydal Water. C. M. Leu pp.* 

lyz. Jacob Barker, Esq. 

INMAN, John (died 1850) 

Volunteer Lecturer on History, 1 832-1 833. Honorary Mem- 
ber, Amateur, 1829- 1850. Address: New York. 

INMAN, John O'Brien (1828-1896) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 865-1 896. 
1853 Address: 486 Broadway. 

69. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. P. Sandford. 

INNESS, George (1825-1894) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1854-1860; 1868-1894. 

1844 Address: Not given. 

126. Evening, a Composition. For sale. 
356. Sunset. 

1845 Address: Not given. 

243. Landscape, Composition. The Artist. 
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INNESS, George {continued) 

1846 Address: Corner of Nineteenth Street and Ninth Avenue. 
29. Landscape, Composition. The Artist. 

143. Landscape, an American Summer Afternoon. The Artist. 
165. View on the Schuylkill. The Artist. 
303. View near Newark. The Artist. 

1847 Address: 403 Broome Street. 

II. View on the Passaic. The Artist. 

45. Lament. The Artist. 
216. Reminiscence of Saturday Afternoon. The Artist. 
286. View at the Foot of Newark Cemetery. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Corner Broadway and Franklin Street. 
159. Diana Surprised by Acteon. 0. Haggerty. 
164. Evening. C. A. Stetson. 

188. Residence of J. Rathbone, at Saugerties, N. Y. /. Rathbone. 

191. Reminiscence of Berkshire. Coleman & Stetson. 

197. Morning. C. A. Stetson. 

302. The Hills of Berkshire. O. Haggerty. 

1849 Address: Corner of Broadway and Franklin Street. 
6. Early Recollections. For sale. 

191. A Study. Ogden Haggerty. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

294. The Three Mile Run — a Reminiscence of Youth. For sale. 

1852 Address: Italy. 

40. Gleam of Sunshine, For sale. 
401. Mountain Stream. For sale. 
424. View near Berkshire. For sale. 
447. River Ford. For sale. 

1853 Address: 806 Broadway. 

37. Land Storm. Williams, Stevens & Williams. 
377. Nook in Catskill Clove. For sale. 
395. View of Genzano. Ogden Haggerty. 
400. A Bit of the Roman Aqueduct. 
415. Italian Composition. Ogden Haggerty. 

1855 Address: Not given. 

56. Banks of Tin Brook. For sale. 
222. Nick Cruger's Saw Mill. For sale. 

1856 Address: 627 Broadway. 
26. Portrait of a Lady. 

134. Portrait of a Lady. 
175. Landscape. F. Astor. 

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INNESS, George {continued) 

1857 Address: 627 Broadway. 

153. Landscape. G. W. A. Jenkins. 

1858 Address: 600 Broadway. 

168. Wood Scene and Drover. G. W. A. ]en\ins. 

214. Twilight. Mr. Newell. 

379. The Wood Road. G. A. Ba\er. N.A. 

403. Sunset. Mr. Gibbons. 

456. Noon. C. L. Elliott. 

466. Morning. Mr. Newell. 

1859 Address: Clinton Hall, Astor Place. 
335. Delaware Water Gap. Geo. Shea. 
379. Twilight. Geo. Shea. 

390. Landscape. S. R. Gifford. 
405. The Woodchoppers. For sale. 
483. Morning. Jas. Burt. 

498. Evening. James Burt. 
667. The Salt Marsh. Q. A. Shaw. 
735. The Meadow. M. Giblin. 
i860 Address: 137 Montague Street, Brooklyn. 
180. Twilight. Bryan Smith. 
■2<)i. Meadow Brook. ]ames Burt. 
298. Elf Ground. James Burt. 

391. Morning. James Burt. 
429. Morning. Wm. Mellen. 

INSKEEP, (active 1838) 

1838 Address: Not given. 

I. A Fisherman of the Abruzzi Mountains. T. W. Ludlow. 

INSLEE, William (active 1 827-1 837) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827; Associate Member, 1828-1837. 

1827 Address: 154 Chatham Street. 
76. Dead Game and Still Life. 

1828 Address: 154 Nassau Street. 
46. Beggars. 

1829 Address: 154 Nassau Street. 
96. Portrait. 

1830 Address: 154 Nassau Street. 
112. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1 83 1 Address: 154 Nassau Street. 

Note: Inslee's name appears in the list of Exhibitors but no 
entry can be found bearing his name. 
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IRVING, John Beaufain (i 825-1 877) 
1857 Address: Diisseldorf. 

57. The Grandfather. C. A. Lewis. 

135. Sir Thomas Moore Taking Leave of His Daughter, Mar- 
garet Roper. For sale. 

IRVING, Washington (1783-1859) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 842-1 859. Address: New 
York. 

IVES, Chauncey Bradley (1810-1894) 
1 84 1 Address: 281 Broadway. 
333. Bust of Prof. Silliman. 
336. Bust of Noah Webster, Esq. 
341. Bust of Park Benjamin, Esq. 
343. Bust of Rev. Dr. Wainwright. 

345. Bust of Ithiel Town, Esq. 
1847 Address: Hartford, Connecticut. 

107. Flora. [Statue.] By Ives. 

1853 Address: Now in Europe. 

304. Marble Bust of Dr. Horace Greene. Wm. H. Green [sic]. 

IVES, J. J. (active 1850) 

1850 Address: Not given. 
15. Bust of Gen. Scott. 

Note: See note under H. K. Brown for an explanation of the 
numbering of the sculpture exhibits for this year. 

J , G. W. (active 1846) 

1846 Address: Not given, 
238. Capt. E. Knight. 

346. Portrait of a Lady. 

TACKMAN, William G. (active 1841-1860) 
1841 Address: 83 White Street. 

253. Frame of Engravings. By W. G. Jackson [sic]. 

1847 Address: 10 Wall Street. 
370. Engravings. 

1848 Address: Lafarge Building. 
360. Engravings. 

1849 Address: Lafarge Building. 

305. Frame of Engravings. 
1859 Address: 483 Broadway. 

96. W. E. Burton. 

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JACKMAN, William G. {continued) 
i860 Address: 483 Broadway. 

133. Guy: The Heir of Redclyfle. 

JACKSON, J. (active 1833) 

1833 Address: 2g6 Broadway. 

179. Miniature Portrait of a Gendeman. 

JACKSON, John Adams (1825-1879) 

1859 Address: Not given. 

809. Bust of Rev. Dr. Beecher. 

JACOBS, L. R. (active 1853-1859) 

1852 Address: 197 Adantic Street, Brooklyn. 

146. The Toilet, a Study from Life. For sale. 

1853 Address: 197 Atlantic Street, Brooklyn. 
402. Portrait of a Lady. M. Tuttle. 

JAMES, Henry (1811-1882) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 855-1 860. Address: New York. 

JAMES, John (active 1 843-1 845) 

1843 Address: Not given. 

7. Portrait of a Lady. N. Dean. 

1845 Address: Not given. 

322. Small Full Length of Miss Aurelia M . Head Painted 

in 181 1. N. Dean. 

JAMIESON, G. W. (active 1835) 

1835 Address: 77 Franklin Street. 

118. Case of Conchylia Portraits of General Andrew Jackson, 
Mrs. J. J. Bailley, and Philip Hone. 

JAR VIS, Charles Wesley (r.i 8 18-1868) 
1839 Address: 15 Vandam Street. 
21. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
82. Small Full Length of a Gentleman. 
232. Small Full Length of a Lady. 
1842 Address: 140 Canal Street. 
97. Portrait of a Lady. 
112. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

215. A Private of the 8th Company of the National Guard. 
Eighth N. G. Lyceum. 

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JAR VIS, Charles Wesley {continued) 

1846 Address: 3 Laight Street. 

73. Portrait of a Boy. ]oshua Webb. 
106. Portrait of a Boy. Joshua Webb. 
216. "Young Knick." 
267. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Gideon Lee. 

1847 Address: 3 Laight Street. 
37. Mexican Cavalry Routed. 

78. Portrait of a Child. Van Horn Floyd. 
109. Portrait of a Gendeman. W. F. Jones. 
193. Jack Shepherd. The Artist. 
1850 Address: 3 Laight Street. 

54. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
121. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
126. Child and Flowers. 
143. Portrait of a Lady. 

272. The Southern Nurse and Child. For sale. 
309. The Young Mother. For sale. 
328. Madonna and Child. For sale. 

JARVIS, John Wesley (c.1780-1840) 
1826 Address: Not given. 
36. Portrait of a Lady. 
96. Portrait of Mr, Crawford. 
III. Portrait of General Swift. 

1833 Address: Not given. 

195. Portrait of Commodore Bainbridge. For sale. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

132. Portrait of Commodore Rogers. 

JAURE, J. (active 1842) 

1842 Address: Not given. 

138. Interior of St. Peter's. 

JAZET, Jean Pierre Marie (1788-1871) 

Engraver. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 849-1 860. Ad- 
dress: Paris. 

1848 Address: Paris. 

373. Raphael at the Vatican. Mezzotint Engraving from H. 
Vernet. N. Academy of Design. 

JENKINS, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: London. 
236. Jessica. For sale. 

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JENKINS, Charles W. (active 1842-1860) 

1842 Address: Utica. 

162. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. W. Jenkins. 

1849 Address: 85 Bleecker Street. 
22. Portrait of a Lady. 

1853 Address: 371 Broadway. 
120. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1854 Address: 374 Broadway. 
36. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

369. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

370. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1855 Address: 359 Broadway. 
27. Myndert Van Horn. 
45. Portrait of an Artist. 

1856 Address: 346 Broadway (Appleton's). 
89. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

122. Portrait of a Young Lady. 

1857 Address: 346 Broadway (Appleton's). 
47. H. B, Dodsworth. 

53. A Lady. 
486. A Gentleman. Benj. S. Brown. 

1858 Address: 348 Broadway. 
36. A Gendeman. 

74. A Gentleman. 

1859 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 
515. A Gentleman. Jno. P. Welsh. 
597. An Artist. S. Ellis. 

i860 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 

176. A Descendant of Rob Roy. Malcolm MacGregor. 

JENKINS, George W. (active 1842-1852) 

1842 Address: Corner Barclay and Greenwich Streets. 
220. The Blind Fiddler. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

26. The Duel. George Merritt. By G. Jenkins. 

1844 Address: Not given. 
14. Virgin and Child. 

1845 Address: Not given. 
155. Arline. The Artist. 

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JENKINS, George W. {continued) 

1846 Address: 342 Broadway. 

324. The Forsaken. C. E. Lester* 

338. La Belle Artiste. Countess Ruemford. 

1847 Address: Not given. 

343. Portrait of a Gentleman. H. T. Wheeler. 

1852 Address: 64 Spring Street. 
341. The Annual Wreath. 

JENKINSON, George W. (active 1839) 

1839 Address: Not given. 

113. The Village Toper. /. R. Bleec\er. 

183. Composition Landscape. H. F. Quackenboss. 

JEWETT, Frederick Stiles (1819-1864) 

1859 Address: Hartford, Connecticut. 
173. Sea Side Sketch. For sale. 
243. Wreck: Scene on the Pitch of the Cape. For sale. 

i860 Address: Hartford, Connecticut. 

246. The Morning after the Gale. For sale. 

384. Sequassen Beach. For sale. 

665. Ship Huntress off the Cape of Good Hope. Geo. P. Bissell. 

JEWETT, William (1792-1874) 

Partner of Samuel L. Waldo in the firm of Waldo & Jewett 

{q.v.). 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1848-1874. 

JEWETT, William S. (or J.) (1812-1873) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 846-1 873. 

1838 Address: Not given. 

299. Cottage Fireside. For sale. 

1 84 1 Address: New^ York University. 

9. View on the Hudson, Looking Down from Poughkeepsie 

— Morning. H. J. Jewitt. 
15. View on the Hudson, Looking Up from Poughkeepsie. 

H. /. Jeu/itt. 
51. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
79. Portrait of a Boy. 

1843 Address: University. 

43. The Captive Child. For sale. 
158. Portrait of a Lady. W. S. Jewett. 

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JEWETT, William S. {continued) 

1845 Address: University. 

21. View of Lakes Washuning and Washanee, Salisbury Co., 
Connecticut. H. Ward. 

52. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
76. Portrait of a Lady. 

164. Landscape. The Artist. 

1846 Address: N. Y. University. 

149. Portraits of Children. M. O. Roberts. 

1847 Address: N. Y. University. 

61. Landscape. American Art Union. 
80. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
87. L. Packvi'ood. 

1 85 1 Address: San Francisco, California. 

208. Portrait of a Naval Officer. W. A. Bartlett, U.S.N. 

JOB, Leon 

1857 Address: 535 Broadw^ay. 

11. Miss O . Miss Ormsby. 

363. Miss G ; Pastel. Miss Groesbec\. 

385. Drawings and Lithog[raph]s. 

425. Fernand and Mercedes; Monte Christo. 

JOCELYN, Nadianiel (1796-1881) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827. Honorary Member, Professional, 
1828-1860. 

1826 Address: New Haven. 

25. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
109. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
140. Portrait of a Lady, 

78. Engraving by S. S. Jocelyn of portrait of the Rev. Dr. 
Taylor, painted by N. Jocelyn. Exhibited by the engraver. 

1827 Address: New Haven, Conn. 

6. Portrait of Rev. Mr. Stebbins. 

12. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

53. Portrait of a Lady. 

1828 Address: New Haven, 

25. Portrait of a Gentleman. /. A. Hill house. 
27. Portrait. 

85. Portrait of a Gendeman. D. Dagget. 
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JOCELYN, Nathaniel {continued) 

1 83 1 Address: New Haven, Connecticut. 
37. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

114. Portrait of a Lady, 

167. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
175. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
182. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
188. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1844 Address: 247 Broadway. 

2. Portrait of a Child. S. B. Chittenden. 
57. Portrait of Professor Silliman, presented to the Trumbull 
Gallery, Yale College, by John Legare, Esq., of S. Carolina. 

1845 Address: 26 Park Place. 
59. Rev. Mr. Sawtell. 

99. Portrait of a Lady. 
239. Capt. Francis H. Gregory, U.S.N. 

1846 Address: 16 Park Place. 

153. Portrait of a Lady. Rev. Mr. Sawtell. 

168. C. Vanderbilt, Esq. 

1847 Address: 26 Park Place. 
207. Portrait of a Lady. 
214. Rev, Dr. Badger. 

1848 Address: New Haven. 

144. Portrait of a Gendeman, Col. Bla^e. 
165. Portrait of a Lady. P. B. Foster. 

1859 Address: New Haven, Ct. 
611. A Child. Samuel Hayes. 

JOCELYN, Simeon Smith (1799-1879) 

1826 Address: Not given. 

78. Portrait of the Rev. Dr. Taylor, Painted by N. Jocelyn, En- 
graved by S. S. Jocelyn, 

1827 Address: New Haven, Conn. 

115. Specimen of Bank Note Engraving. 

1828 Address: New Haven. 

175. Frame Containing Specimens of Bank Note Engraving. 

JOHN, St. See ST. JOHN, . 

JOHNSON, Mrs. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 81 Chambers Street, 
134. Hebe. 

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JOHNSON, David (1827-1908) 

Associate Member of the Academy, i860; Member, 1861-1908. , 

1849 Address: Not given. 

216. View at the Lower Falls, Genesee River. For sale. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

268. View on the Genesee River. 

1 85 1 Address: 375 Pearl Street. 

73. Old Mill; West Milford, N. J. For sale. 
78. View in Westmoreland. For sale. 

1852 Address: Corner Pearl and Chatham Streets. 

59. White Mountains, from North Conway, N. H. 
Note: No. 59 is indexed as nos. 5 and 9. 

65. View at Jackson, New Hampshire. 
467. Autumn Sketch. For sale. 

1854 Address: Corner Pearl and Chatham Streets. 
126. Indian Falls: A Study. 

1855 Addj-ess: 41 East 15th Street. 
274. Landscape. 

1856 Address: 41 East 15th Street. 

115. On the Unadilla: New Berlin, Chenango Co., N. Y. Charles 

Toppan. 
150. Near Squam Lake, N. H. S. H. Carpenter. 

1857 Address: 312 Broadway. 
150. Landscape Study. 

161. View at Cold Spring. For sale. 

1858 Address: 312 Broadway. 

103. Narrows, Lake George. For sale. 

180. Near Sabbath Day Point, Lake George. /. C. Hart. 

187. Lake George from Dresden. H. E. Saubnier. 

1859 Address: 312 Broadway. 

240. View in Essex Co[unty]. S. P. Avery. 
502. Esopus Creek. Mrs. M. Smith. 

571. Scene at Hurley. Stuart. 

606. Ulster County Scenery. For sale. 
i860 Address: 312 Broadway. 
166. Lake George. For sale. 

JOHNSON, Eastman (1824- 1906) 

Associate Member of the Academy, i860; Member, 1 860-1906. 
1856 Address: Washington, D. C. 

60. The Card Players. For sale. 
194. The Savoyard. For sale. 

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JOHNSON, Eastman {continued) 

1857 Address: Washington, D. C. 

498. Winter Scene in Holland, — Landscape, Figures. By Louis 
R. Mignot & E. Johnson. Geo. Folsom. 

1859 Address: New York University. 

34. The Nun (Crayon). The Artist. 
133. Roman Girl (Crayon). The Artist. 
151. Pastel (Crayon). The Artist. 
321. Negro Life at the South. The Artist. 
621. The Pets. W. W. Corcoran. 
713. The Sketch Book. The Artist. 

i860 Address: N. Y. University. 

316. Washington's Kitchen at Mount Vernon. The Artist. 
449. The Freedom Ring. The Artist. 
465. Mating. The Artist. 
530. Marguerite. 
610. A Gentleman. 

JOHNSTON, David Claypole (1799- 1865) 

1832 Address: Boston. 
107. Young Artist. 
138. Broken Stay-lace. 
162. Militia Muster. 

1833 Address: Boston. 

146. Dominie Sampson and Meg Merrilies. 

1834 Address: Not given. 

168. Termination of a Militia Sham-Fight. 

JOHNSTON, Francis (died 1829) 

Architect. President of the Royal Hibernian Academy. Hon- 
orary Member, Professional, 1827-1829. Address: Dublin. 

JONES, A. R. (active 1850) 
1850 Address: Belgium. 

227. The Jack Ass. For sale. 

JONES, Alfred (1819-1900) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 845-1 851; Member, 1852- 
1900. 

1844 Address: Not given. 

301. Farmers Nooning, Engraved for the Apollo Association, 
from the Original Picture by W. S. Mount, N. A. 

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JONES, Alfred {continued) 
1845 Address: Not given. 

367. Sparking, Engraved from Edmonds' Picture. 
1850 Address: 34 Liberty Street. 

197. Hours of Idleness. 

1857 Address: iii Broadway. 

112. A Rebel amongst the Royalists. 

1858 Address: iii Broadway. 

265. "A Reg'lar Sucker." S. P. Avery. 

1859 Address: iii Broadway, 
402. The Home Missionary. 

i860 Address: iii Broadway. 
394. The Breakfast. 

JONES, G. (active 1834) 

1834 Address: Not given. 

119. Design, for a New- York Washington Monument. 

JONES, George (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 43 Barrow Street. 

159. The Interior of the House in Which Shakespeare Was Born. 

160. Exterior of the Same. 

JONES, Thomas D. (1811-1891) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 854-1 891. 

1853 Address: 300 Broadway. 

299. Medallion Portrait of T. Addison Richards, 
305. Medallion Portrait of Henry Clay. 

1854 Address: 300 Broadway. 

267. Medallion Portrait of Bishop Bailey, E. D. Egan. 

280, Medallion Portrait of Arch Bishop Hughes, E. D. Egan. 

1855 Address: 347 Broadway, 

194. C, D. Stuart: Medallion in Plaster, T. D. Jones. 

1856 Address: 347 Broadway. 

223, Bust of George Law. Carlos D. Stuart. 

JONGH, James de (active 1 835-1836) 
1836 Address: 55 Franklin Street. 
78, Portrait of a Lady. 

JULIEN, (active 1854) 

1854 Address: Paris. 

262, Lithographic Study from Mr. Powell's De Soto. W. H. 
Powell. 

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KAUFMANN, Theodore (1814- after 1871) 
1851 Address: 43 East Broadway. 

104. The Cabots Taking Possession of the North American Coast. 
For sale. 

1854 Address: Not given. 

116. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
1856 Address: 196 Grand Street. 

6. Luther NaiUng His Protestation to the Church-door, in 
Wittenberg. 
179. GaUUo [sic]. — "Yet she moves." 

KAUL, (active 1842) 

1842 Address: Dresden. 

37. Fruit Piece. For sale. 

KELLER, Mrs. J. (active 1854-1855) 

1855 Address: 49 Walker Street. 

195. Roman Lady. Mrs. J. Keller. 
269. Beggar Girl. For sale. 

KELLOGG, Miner Kilbourne (1814-1889) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 852-1 860. 
1839 Address: Not given. 

205. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1845 Address: Cincinnati, now in Florence. 
149. The Straw Braider. 

1851 Address: 663 Broadway. 

12. General Winfield Scott. City of New-Yor\. 
377. Greek Girl. Geo. W. Riggs. 
1854 Address: Florence, Italy. 
364. Maltese. Jas. A. Suydam. 
367. Cirassian. P. M. Suydam. 

KELLOGG, Noah J. (active 1 844-1 859) 
1844 Address: 11 Rutgers Street. 

66. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 

206. Landscape, Composition. For sale. 
1848 Address: Not given. 

281. Moonlight, Composition. H. N. Vail. 

1852 Address: Not given. 

52. Head of Cayuga Lake. 
166. Twilight. 

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KELLOGG, Noah J. {continued) 
1852 {continued) 

179. Wood Scene. 

228. A Peep at the Forest City. 

1855 Address: 806 Broadway. 
59. Study from Nature. 

1856 Address: Ithaca, N. Y. 

126. Spring: Study from Nature. 
173. Study of Rocks. 

1857 Address: Ithaca, N. Y. 
12. Head of Seneca Lake. 
49. Water-Fall. 

128. Study from Nature. 

1858 Address: Ithaca, N. Y. 
94. A Lady. 

424. A Lady. 

1859 Address: Ithaca, N. Y. 

563. Kings Falls, Jefferson Co., N. Y. 

KEMBLE (KIMBLE), Colby (active 1835-1858) 
1856 Address: Rochester, N. Y. 

144. M. F. Reynolds. M. F. Reynolds. 
158. Jonathan Childs. 

1858 Address: Rochester. 

579. The Morning News. For sale. 

KEMBLE, Gouverneur (died 1865) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 855-1 860. Address: New York. 

KEMBLE, William (died 1881) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 855-1 860. Address: New York. 

KENSETT, John Frederick (1818-1872) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1849; Member, 1 850-1 872. 
1838 Address: Not given. 
12. Landscape. 

1845 Address: New York, now in England. 

125, Landscape, the Outskirts of Windsor Forest. The Artist. 
133. The Mountain Stream. The Artist. 
140. View near Richmond, England. The Artist. 
226. An Avenue in Hatfield Park, the Seat of the Marquis of 
Salisbury. The Artist. 

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KENSETT, John Frederick {continued) 

1847 Address: Now in Italy. 

177. Twilight View of Rome from the Borghese Garden. Charles 

Parser. 
248. Scene in Upper Italy, in the Middle Age. /. G. Chapman, 

N.A. 

1848 Address: Not given. 

30. The Anio — Scene near Subiaco, Italy. For sale. 
114. English Landscape. For sale. 
125. Scene by the Road Side. For sale. 
187. The Shrine — a Scene in Italy. For sale. 
212. The Gallery, Leading from Castle Gondolfo to Albano. For 
sale. 

1849 Address: N. Y. University. 

113. The Mountain Stream. For sale. 
120. The Ravine, Italy. For sale. 
322. Landscape — Afternoon. For sale. 

1850 Address: N. Y, University. 

196. Scene among the Adirondack Mountains. For sale. 

205. Study from Nature. 

233. Study of Rocks. 

242. Study from Nature. 

344. Catskill Mount[ain] Scenery. For sale. 

1 85 1 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. Address: N. Y. University. 

45. Landscape. 

46. Landscape. /. W. Casilear. 
85. Holiday in the Woods. 

113. Indian Rendezvous. 

186. Study from Nature. 

202. Study of Rocks. 

303. Landscape, Study. 

312. Landscape. 

317. Landscape. Mrs. C. P. Cranch. 

320. Landscape. 

331. Landscape. /. W. Casilear. 

337. Landscape. /. W. Casilear. 

351. The Mountain Torrent. 

376. Reminiscence of New-England. John Wolfe. 

1852 Address: Corner Broadway and Fourth Street. 
58. Mountain Torrent. Mrs. T. P. Rossiter. 
64. The Flume, Franconia Notch, a Study. 

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KENSETT, John Frederick {continued) 

1852 {continued) 

140. Early Autumn in the Franconia Mountains, 

173. Landscape. John Durand. 

213. Scene in the Vicinity of Bash-Bish Falls, Berkshire Co. — A 

Study. 
395. Study from Nature. 

417. Reminiscence of the White Mountains. Charles Kneeland. 

1853 Address: Broadway and Fourth Street. 
49. Landscape. Charles Gould. 

321. Eagle Cliff from Lake Pemigewasset, Franconia Notch. 

Josiah Lane. 
326. A glimpse of Bash Pish Falls. Josiah LMne. 

1854 Address: Broadway and Fourth Street. 
42. Adirondack Scenery. Jas. M. Burt. 

107. Lake Scene. D. Williamson Lee. 

360. Franconia Mountains, New Hampshire. /. Stetvard. 

1855 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: Corner 
Broadway and Fourth Street. 

123. An October Day in the White Mountains. 
229. Newport Study. 

237. Newport Study. 

238. Newport Study. 

1856 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. Address: 697 
Broadway (Waverly House). 

125. Franconia Mountains. Marshall O. Roberts. 
187. Lake Scene. /. W. Field. 

1857 Address: 697 Broadway (Waverly House). 
13. White Mount[ai]n Scenery. 

72. Landscape. 
453. Coast Scene. 
482. A Landscape. 

1858 Address: 697 Broadway. 
128. Sunset at Newport. 

140. Reminiscence of the Upper Genesee. 
207. Lake Scene. W. H. Appleton. 

418. View on the Genesee near Mount Moat. R. M. Oliphant. 
472. The Bash Bish. /. A. Suydam. 

506. Newport. Hutton. 

526. The Lakes of Killarney. Chas. Congdon. 
612,. Sunset on the Coast. James Wadstvorth. 
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KENSETT, John Frederick {continued) 

1859 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. Address: 697 Broadway. 
285. Glimpse of the White Hills. R. L. Stewart [sic]. 
679. Lake George. B. D. Hic\s. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

23. A Reminiscence of the Catskill, Engraving on Steel by J. 
Smillie after J. F. Kensett. Exhibited by the Engraver and 
Owned by the Painter. 

KERCKHOVE, Jos. Rom. Louis, Vicomte de 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 847-1 860. Address: Belgium. 

KIDD, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: London. 
224. All Hallow Eve. 

KIDD, J. (active 1857) 

1857 Address: 600 Broadway. 
100. Study of a Horse. 

KIDD, J. B. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: 13 Barclay Street. 

6. Pencil Drawing, Ruins of a Monastery, England. 
II. Llanberis Lake, Wales. 

16. Bogle Abbey, County of Rosscommon, Ireland. 
114. Highland Scottish Lake, Moonlight. 
166. Pencil Drawing, Mineral Wells, near Edinburgh. 
290. Sketch in Perthshire, Scotland. 

KIEFFER, Louis (active 1859-1860) 
1859 Address: 45 Bleecker Street. 
15. The Spring. For sale. 
170. The Store Room. For sale. 
242. On the Passaic, N. J. For sale, 
'yji. The Chatelaine. For sale. 

i860 Address: 45 Bleecker Street. 

389. Environs of Patterson \sic\, N. J. 
616. Environs of the Central Park, N. Y. 

KIMBERLY, James H. (active 1834-1842) 
1834 Address: Not given. 

63. Portrait of a Gentleman. 
114. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

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KIMBERLY, James H. {continued) 
1842 Address: Granite Building, 
356. Miniatures in Oil. 

Note: In the 1842 Catalogue, the artist's name appears as T. H. 
Kimberly. 

KING, Charles Bird (1785-1862) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 827-1 860. 

1837 Address: Washington. 

57. Portrait of Eagle's Delight. /. G. Chapman. 

1838 Address: Washington. 

54. Young Omahaw, War Eagle, Little Missouri and Pawnees, 
Who Visited Washington in 1821. /. G. Chapman. 

KING, Frederick G., M.D. (died 1829?) 

Professor of Anatomy, 1 826-1 828. 

KING, John Crookshanks (1806-1882) 

1848 Address: Not given. 

117. Bust of Burns. The Artist. 

119. John Quincy Adams. The Artist. 

KINGSLEY, Dr. Norman William (i 829-1913) 

1859 Address: 28 East 20th Street. 
813. Bust, Rev. Dr. Shepard. 

KINNERSLY, A. F. (active 1 848-1 851) 

1848 Address: 11 Second Street. 
367. Wood Engravings. 

1849 Address: 64 John Street. 

339. Specimens of Wood Engravings. 

1 85 1 Address: 163 Allen Street. 

284. Specimens of Wood Engraving. 

KINNERSLY, Henry (active 1849) 

1849 Address: 64 John Street. 

346. Specimens of Wood Engraving. 

KITTELL, Nicholas B. (1814-1894) 

1847 Address: Norwich, Chenango County. 
175. Hon. John Tracy. H, R. Mygatt. 
181. Portrait of a Lady. C H. A. Carter. 
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KITTELL, Nicholas B. {continued) 

1857 Address: 442 Broadway. 
474. Dr. Berry. R. Lethbridge. 
485. A Gentleman. 

1858 Address: 442 Broadway. 
201. A Lady. 

208. William L. Marcy. G. Kerner. 

1859 Address: 442 Broadway. 
544. Minnie McBride. 

677. Child. S. C. Higginson. 
i860 Address: 442 Broadway. 
544. A Lady. /. Ives Parsons. 
571. Cabinet Portrait. /. Ives Parsons. 
601. A Lady. 

KNAPP, C. W. (1822-1900) 

1859 Address: 600 Broadway. 

212. Scene on the Housatonic River, Stockbridge, Mass. For 

sale. 
281. Sunset. O. P. Stewart. 
557. The Valley of the Housatonic, Barrington, Mass. For sale. 

i860 Address: 600 Broadway. 

191. Evening on the Catskill. The Artist. 
348. Sunset in the Woods. For sale. 
502. Morning. For sale. 

KNEELAND, Horace (active 1841-1846; died c.1860) 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 
331. Bust of a Gentleman. 

1842 Address: Granite Building. 
306. Bust of a Lady. 

1844 Address: Granite Buildings. 

406. Bust. 

407. Bust. 

408. Bust. 

409. Bust. 

1845 Address: Granite Building. 

368. Bust of Prof[essor James J.] Mapes. 

KNIGHT, (active 1830) 

1830 Address: Not given. 
153 & 154. Landscapes, 

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KOEKKOEK, B. L. (active 1851) 
1851 Address: Not given, 

357. Landscape. Daniel Parish. 
361. Landscape. Daniel Parish. 

KUMMER, Julius Hermann (1817- after 1856) 

1850 Address: 515 Broadway. 

98. View of the Karpaths, Hungary. For sale. 
210. Storm at the Lake of Worhein. For sale. 

1851 Address: 515 Broadway. 
238. Niagara Falls. 

301. View on the Hudson River. Mr. De Khan. 
355. Trenton Falls. 

1852 Address: Not given. 

423. Montmorency Falls, near Quebec, Canada. 
470. Rainbow Falls, Raquet River. 

1853 Address: 12 Willow Place, Brooklyn. 

2. The Montmorency Falls, near Quebec, Canada. For sale. 
1856 Address: 358 Broadway. 

221. Thunder Storm; Night on the Western Plains. 
231. On the Saguenay River: Canada. A. Dalyer. 

KUNTZE, Edward J. (1826-1870) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 869-1 870. 

1854 Address: Not given. 

269. Angel of Death with Ensigns of Liberty and Equality. For 
sale. 

270. Group of Portraits. Mrs. N. Fish. 
I'ji. Portrait Statuette. Miss Griffin. 

276. Portrait Bust, houis Kuntze. 

277. Portrait, Statuette. Miss Griffin. 

278. Portrait, Statuette. For sale. 

KYLE, Joseph (1815-1863) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 850-1 863. 
1847 Address: 91 Canal Street. 

30. Geo[rge]. McLane. Geo. McLean. 
56. Portrait of a Lady. Mrs. Abbott. 
112. Portrait of a Child. A. Isaacs. 
190. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

255. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

256. J. T. Sullivan. 

Note: The artist's name is given as James Kyle throughout 
the 1847 Catalogue. 

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KYLE, Joseph {continued) 

1848 Address: Not given. 
274. John Kutts. 

1849 Address: 384 Broome Street. 
78. Dog Jack. C. Stetson. 

1850 Address: Not given. 

120. Portrait of an Artist. A^. A. of Design. 

1854 Address: 374 Broadway. 
84. Albert Anthony. 

189. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

2o6. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

232. Portrait of a Gentleman. John Hoop. 

313, L' Allegro. By J. A. Dallas & J. Kyle.* 

371. Full Length Portrait of a Gentleman. C. Gaylor. 

1855 Address: 374 Broadway. 

88, J. A. Dallas. National Academy. 
220. Cabinet Portrait. John Dunn. 
254. John Brady. /. Kyle. 
1857 Address: 374 Broadway. 

371. A Gentleman. Chas. Gayler. 

1859 Address: Not given. 

699. An Artist. Wm. Hart. 
i860 Address: Not given. 

210. F. May. The Artist. 

L , A. 

1842 Address: 157 Franklin Street. 
305. Composition. 

LABORDE, Leon Emmanuel Simon Joseph, Comte de (i 807-1 869) 
Honorary Member, Amateur, 1849-1860. Address: Paris. 

LACOMBE, Theodore 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 852-1 860. Address: New York. 

LADD, F. B. (active 1837-1845) 

1837 Address: Not given. 

127. Portraits of Children. Rod\ Latvrence. 

1838 Address: Not given. 

3. Portrait of a Child. 
10. Heads. 
328. Portrait of a Lady. 

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LADD, F. B. (continued) 

1839 Address: Not given. 

210. Portrait of the late T. T. Underwood. Mrs. Underwood. 

211. Portrait of a Boy. 

1845 Address: 233 Broadway. 

74. An Officer of the U[nited] S[tates] N[avy]. 

LAMBDIN, George Cochran (i 830-1 896) 

Member of the Academy, 1868-1896. 

1856 Address: 248 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 
140. Sundown. For sale. 

1857 Address: 248 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

75. Our Sweetest Songs Are Those that Tell of Saddest Thought. 
G. C. Lambdin.* 

121. Twilight Talk. Toppan. 

1858 Address: 910 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 

72. "Dead Men tell no Tales, neither does a letter after it is 

burned." Spanish Proverb. For sale. 
170. The Little Knitter. For sale. 
567. A Child in Autumn Woods. Mrs. J. H. Brady. 
627. Convalescent. 

1859 Address: Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 
229. White Camellia. The Artist. 

296. [Title not given.] For sale.* 

503, A New Head: or Blowing Bubbles. /. B. Murray. 

i860 Address: Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 
473. A Weary Watcher. 

523. Drawing the Elephant. Jas. A. Suydam. 
663. [Title not given.] For sale.* 

LAMBDIN, James Reid (1807-1889) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1840- 1860. 

1845 Address: Philadelphia. 

79. Miss Virginia C , of Pittsburgh. /. R. McClintoc\, Esq. 

354. Miniature of an Artist. 

1850 Address: Philadelphia. 

318. Portait of President Taylor. For sale. 

1854 Address: Philadelphia. 

9, Girl at Study. 
1859 Address: Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 
235. Baron Von Humbolt. For sale. 
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LAMBERT, Eugene 

i860 Address: Paris. 

417. Siesta — Chickens. Goupil & Co. 

LAMBINET, J. H. (active i860) 
i860 Address: Paris. 

542. A Landscape. For sale. 
603. Landscape. For sale. 

LANDSEER, Sir Edwin Henry (i 802-1 873) 
1852 Address: Not given. 

176. Portrait of the Daughter of Edwin Landseer, as an Antwerp 
Grisette. /. /. Coddington. 

LANE, Fitz Hugh (1804 -after i860) 
1859 Address: Not given. 

269. Gloucester Fish[in]g Sch[oone]r on Georges Bank. H. 
Hitchings. By Fritz [sic] H. Lane. 

LANG, Louis (18 14-1893) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1852; Member, 1853-1893. 
1847 Address: 113 Grand Street. 

139. The Venetian Bride, Adorning for Her Nuptials. 
153. The Heavenly Bride, Devoted by Her Friends to a Nun- 
nery, 

1850 Address: 563 Broadway. 

28. Arabian Astrologer, and the Gothic Princess.* 

74. Portrait of a Boy. Chas. Connolly. 
307. The Tamborine Girl. Henry Parish. 
367. Sketch of an Italian Mother and Child. /. Schushart. 

1 85 1 Address: Corner Broadway and Fourth Street. 

44. Lady and Child. C. M. Connolly. 

1852 Address: Corner Broadway and Fourth Street. 

45, The Fair Penitent. 

55. Children Measuring Heights. 
1 01. [Title omitted]. 
212. Morning Lesson, 

1853 Address: Broadway and Fourth Street. 
44. Full Length Portrait of a Lady. 
66. The Basket Maker. N. Ludlum. 

282. The Strawberry Girl. A. R. Street. 
287. The Bird's Nest. For sale. 
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LANG, Louis {continued) 

1857 Address: 697 Broadway. 

20. Reminiscences of Lake Mahopac. Lam-ant Alien. 

46. The Cousins. 

93. La Bella Contatrice. Mrs. N. Robinson. 
119. La Pensarosa. 
469. The Carol-Book. T. Graham. 
537. Morning. Charles Gould. 
542. Night. Charles Gould. 

1858 Address: 6gy Broadway. 

162. Twelfth Night Procession. Century Club.* 

1859 Address: 697 Broadway. 

237. Temptation of Joan of Arc. E. Slosson. 

254. Blind Nidia, from Bulwer's Last Days of Pompeii. 

646, The Last Slumber of Beatrice Cenci. M. 0. Roberts.* 

i860 Address: 697 Broadway. 

217. Mary Queen of Scots. Charles M. Connolly.* 
303. The Little Orange Seller. 
337. The Litde Vagrants Confined. The Artist. 
447. Bridget Flanagan Thinking How She Can Better Her Situa- 
tion. 

LANMAN, Charles (1819-1895) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1843-1895. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

205. Landscape Scene from Beattie's Minstrel. C. Lanman. 

1842 Address: Not given. 

46. View on the River Raisin, in Michigan. George Kenney. 

1844 Address: Norwich, Connecticut. 

276. Shew's Lake, at Sunset, For sale. 
1850 Address: Washington, D. C. 

204. Mountain Lake. 

1852 Address: Not given. 
82. Landscape. 

1853 Address: Washington, D. C. 
121. Home in the Wilderness. 

1855 Address: Georgetown, D. C. 

47. Recollections of the Adirondacs [sic]. For sale. 
80. View on the Tennessee, Alabama. For sale. 

133. View on the Upper Mississippi. For sale. 
148. View on Difficult Run, Virginia. For sale. 
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LANMAN, Charles {continued) 

1857 Address: Georgetown, D. C. 

102. A Rocky Rivulet. Williams & Stevens, 

121, Twilight Talk. Toppan. 

290. Study of Trees. 



296. Landscape; Study. 




303- 


A Sketch. 




366. 


A Sketch. 




370- 


A Sketch. 




373- 


A Sketch. 




493- 


At Home. For sale. 




1859 Address: Georgetown, D. C. 




140. 


A Rocky Stream — White 


Mountains. 



For sale. 

LANTZ, (active 1 848-1 851) 

1848 Address: Not given. 

41. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1849 Address: Not given. 

12. Rustic Composition. W. Underbill . 
94. Portrait of a Lady. Spencer. 

1 85 1 Address: 609 Broadway. 

196. The Cottage Door. M. Man. 
244. Crayon Head. 

LATILLA, Eugenio (c-.i8oo/i8io-i86o/i86i) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1847- 1860 
1846 Address: Not given. 

13. Judas. The Artist. 

70. Pleasing Reflection. The Artist. 

253. English Peasant Girl. The Artist. 

254. An Advocate for Cheap Bread. The Artist. 

1852 Address: Art Union Building. 

I. Portrait of Hiram Powers, Sculptor. 
84. Christ Raising the Son of the Widow of Nain. 
118. Portrait of Mrs. Latilla and Son, 
133. Ruth. For sale. 
168. Penance of Jane Shore. For sale. 
175. Rebecca. For sale. 
432. Portrait of the Rev'd Chauler. 

1853 Address: 270 Sixth Avenue. 

380. Queen Eleanor Presenting to Fair Rosamond, the Poinard 
and the Poison Cup, from Which to Choose Her Death. 
For sale. 

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LATILLA, Eugenio {continued) 

1853 {continued) 

401. Romeo. For sale. 

1854 Address: 270 Sixth Avenue. 
221. The Visitation. For sale. 

1859 Address: West 28th Street. 
119. A Lady. /. G. Holbroo\. 

LA TOUN, F. (active 1854) 

1854 Address: Paris. 

195. La Toilette. S. Has\ell. 

LAUDER, R. S. (active 1837) 

1837 Address: Rome. 

209. Portrait of a Lady. O. Bronson. 

LAUNITZ, Robert Eberhardt (i 806-1 870) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1832; Member, 1 833-1 870. 
1832 Address: Broadway. 

2. (p. 13) Amphitrite. Statue. /. G. Pearson. 
1834 Address: Not given. 
173. Cupid and Psyche. 

1838 Address: 591 Broadway. 

184. Bas Relief in Marble Portrait of a Lady. 

1841 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee on Ar- 
rangements. Address: 591 Broadway. 

271. Medallion Portrait of a Lady, in Marble. Bauman Lowe. 
334. Marble Bust of the late Mrs. Gouverneur Morris. G. Morris. 
342. Marble Bust of a Little Girl. C. G. Carleton. 

1842 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. 

1843 Address: 591 Broadway. 

320. The Rose of the Alhambra, a Bust from Life. R. E. Laun- 
tiz.* 
1846 Member of the Council; Member of the Committee of Ar- 
rangements. 
1 85 1 Member of the Committee of Arrangements. 

LAWRENCE (LAURENCE), Samuel (1812-1884) 

1844 Address: 247 Broadway. 

354. Sketch of Edwin Forrest. For sale. 

1855 Address: East 13th Street, near Broadway. 
243. Hon. George Bancroft. 

271. N. P. Willis. 

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LAWRENCE (LAURENCE), Samuel {continued) 

1856 Address: 55 East 13th Street. 
40. Edwin Shelden. 

243. Samuel B. Ruggles. 

253, Henry W. Longfellow. 

254. Mrs. Arthur Bronson. 

1857 Address: 55 East 13th Street. 
2. Dr. Peters. 

257. A Gendeman. 
335. Charles Dock. 

340. Hon. Judge Daly. 

341. Will[ia]m CuUen Bryant. 
344. A Lady. 

350. Hon. Martin Van Buren. 

1858 Address: 55 East 13th Street. 

97. Portrait of a Lady in Her 83d Year. Hon. B. F. Butler. 
230. Hon. B. F. Butler. W. Allen Butler. 
278. Drawing of a Grandmother. 

296. Drawing of Mrs. Stout. 

297. Frank Hampton. G. Baxter. 
306. Governor Marcy. 

309. Mrs. Remson. 

357. Rev. David D. Field, D.D. Dudley Field. 

1859 Address: 20 East 13th Street. 
14. G. G. Barnwell. 

16. A Lady. 

30. Rev. Prof. Hitchcock, 

38. Bishop Hopkins. 

49. A. B. Alden. 

54. Mrs. Dillon. 

60. George Griswold. 

65. Mrs. Barnwell. 
114. Rev. Dr. Bellows. 
120. Mrs. Fanny Kemble. 
406. Mrs. S. Parsons. 

LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas (1769-1830) 

Painter. President of the Royal Academy. Honorary Member, 
Professional, 1 827-1 830. 

1833 Address: London. 

158. An Etching by C. Rolls of Sir Thomas Lawrence's Full 
Length of Benjamin West, from the Original in the Posses- 
sion of the King of Great Britain. Exhibited by the Etcher. 
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LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas {continued) 
1844 Address: London. 

365. Engraving in Mezzotint by J. Sartain from an Original Pic- 
ture by Sir Thos. Lawrence. Exhibited by the Engraver, 

LAWRIE (LOURIE), Alexander (1828-1917) 
1858 Address: Pittsburgh, Pa. 

190. The Illuminator. By Alex. Lourie. 

LAWSON, Percival P. (active 1 840-1 851) 

1840 Address: 2 Mercer Street. 

89. Portrait of a Gendeman. W. A. Carter. 

1842 Address: 84 Prince Street. 
9. Portrait of a Lady. 

298. Portrait of a Gentleman. W. Betts. 

1844 Address: Not given. 

II. Portrait of a Lady. C. Heard. 
187. Portrait of a Gendeman. W. King. 
348. Portrait of a Child. C. Cartledge. 

LAZRUS, Jacob H. (i 822-1 891) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 850-1 891. 

1 84 1 Address: Not given. 

95. Portrait of a Gendeman. 
1842 Address: 29 Howard Street. 
141. Portrait of a Lady. 

1843 Address: Granite Buildings. 
204. Rip Van Winkle. For sale. 

1845 Address: Granite Building. 
36. Portrait of a Child. 

1846 Address: Granite Buildings. 

83. Portrait of a Child. A. T. Jones. 

1847 Address: Granite Buildings. 
32. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

211. Portrait of a Lady. 

326. Cabinet Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1848 Address: 607 Broadway. 
206. Portrait of a Lady. 
233. Henry Inman. 

1849 Address: 609 Broadway. 

73. Group of Children. Col. Nathan. 

1850 Address: 609 Broadway. 
45. Portrait. H. Hendricks. 

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LAZRUS, Jacob H. {continued) 

1 85 1 Address: 609 Broadway. 

56. Pistol Announcing the Death of Henry the IV. 

1852 Address: 607 Broadway. 

295. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. 

1853 Address: 609 Broadway. 
36. Group o£ Children. 

187. Flower Girl. 

1855 Address: 609 Broadway. 
34. Group of Children. 

272. Portrait in Crayon. 

1856 Address: 609 Broadway. 
153. Lady at Her Toilet. 

275. Crayon Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1857 Address: 609 Broadway. 
261. Cabinet, Full Length. 
489. May and December. 

1858 Address: 609 Broadway. 
434. A Gipsy. 

1859 Address: 609 Broadway. 
505. A Lady. James A. Bach. 

i860 Address: 609 Broadway. 
6. Scene from Henry IV.* 
344. The Morning Walk. 

LE CLEAR (LE CLAIR), Thomas (1818-1882) 
Member of the Academy, 1863- 1882. 

1845 Address: Room 15, Granite Building. 
73. The Newsboy's Lament. The Artist. 
81. Study from Nature. 

1846 Address: Granite Buildings. 

34. Boys on the Shore. The Artist. 
111. Portrait of a Lady. H. Lyon. 

1858 Address: Buffalo, N. Y. 
414. A Gentleman. 

420. Samuel Wilkenson. 

1859 Address: Buffalo, N. Y. 

294. A Gentleman. The Artist. 
582. Litde Girl. The Artist. 
613. An Artist. 

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LE CLEAR (LE CLAIR), Thomas {continued) 
i860 Address: Buffalo, N. Y. 

249. A Child. 

467. A Lady. Harrison. 

556. A Gendeman. Rev. Dr. Thompson. 

LEE, George Washington (died 1842) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1 832-1 842. Address: New York. 

LEFEVRE, Charles (active 1851) 

1 85 1 Address: Not given. 

327. Landscape. Henry James. 

LE GRAND, (active 1852-1853) 

1852 Address: Not given. 

250. Infantine Discretion. For sale. 
256. Waterfall in Moonlight. For sale. 
261. Landscape in Belgium. For sale. 
455. Labor's Rest. For sale. 

1853 Address: 108 Bleecker Street. 
59. Composition. For sale. 

64. Waterfall in Spain. For sale. 
374. Landscape in Scotland. For sale. 
411. Waterfall in Scodand. For sale. 

LE GRAND, Henry (active 1 858-1 859) 

1858 Address: 709^/2 Broadway. 

159. A Gentleman. H. L. Brown. 
452. A Fireman. William Forbes. 
603. View in Holland. For sale. 

1859 Address: 709 Broadway, 

128. The Steamer Arabia in the Ice. For sale. 
138. Three Italian Subjects. For sale. 
153. View of Casde Garden. For sale. 

LE GRAND, W. (active 1854) 

1854 Address: 74 West 19th Street. 
238. Sea Shore. Geo. Wasson. 
i\x. The Pilot Boat. Geo. Wasson. 

248. The Whirlpool, Niagara Falls. Dr. Chapman. 
i'=^j\. Ship Ashore. A. Saurel. 
283. Table Rock: Niagara. Dr. Chapman. 
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LE GRICE, Count Hawks 

Foreign Correspondent, 1 832-1 838. Honorary Member, Ama- 
teur, 1 832- 1 856. Address: Rome, 

LEIGHTON, Frank (active i860) 

i860 Address: Not given. 

182. Samson and Dalilah [sic] — From Milton's Samson Agonistes. 

For sale. 
241. Scene from Romeo and Juliet. For sale* 

LEITCH, William Leighton (1804-1883) 

1856 Address: London, England. 

265. View near Narni. Rev. Dr. Magoon. 

LE MERCIER, Rose Joseph 

Lithographer. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 849-1 860. Ad- 
dress: Paris. 

1848 Address: Paris. 

357. M. Chaix d'Estrange, Lithographic Drawing. N. Academy 

of Design. 
364. St. Louis Carrying to the Holy Chapel at Paris, the Relics 
Brought from Palestine. N. Academy of Design. 

LEMMENS, (active i860) 

i860 Address: Paris. 

349. Ducks. Goupil &■ Co. 
354. Chickens. Goupil & Co. 

L'ENFANT [LANFANT] de Metz, Francois Louis (1814-1892) 

1858 Address: Paris. 

397. The Twins. M. Knoedler. 
533. The Bird's Nest. M. Knoedler. 

i860 Address: Paris. 

253. Trying Her Luck. Goupil & Co. 

385. Pleasures under Difficulties. Goupil & Co. 

392. Financial Crisis. Goupil & Co. 

LEONARDO DA VINCL See MORGHEN, Raphael, Engraver, 1827. 

LE POITTIVIN, (active i860) 

i860 Address: Not given. 

541. The Old Farm. For sale. 



LESLIE, Miss Anna (i792-a£ter 1854) 

1844 Address: 13 Fifth Avenue. 

9. Portrait of a Lady. 

198. Portrait of a Lady. 

215. Portrait of a Boy. 

223. Portrait of a Lady. 

344. Sisters Dressing for a Fancy Ball. For sale. 
376. Portrait of Her Niece. 

1846 Address: 13 Fifth Avenue. 

16. Rob[er]t C. Leslie, in the Dress He Wore at Sea. 
1852 Address: 15 Amity Street. 

251. Portrait of a Lady, in Pastel. 
253. Melons, in Pastel. For sale. 

LESLIE, Charles Robert (1794-1859) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1827-1859. 

1828 Address: London. 

15. Anne Page and Master Slender. P. Hone* 
37. Anne Page Inviting in Master Slender. /. Haggerty.* 
140. Engraving by A. B. Durand of Anne Page and Slender, by 
Leslie. Exhibited by the engraver. 

1829 Address: London. 

19. Portrait of a Gentleman. R. Donaldson. 
29. Londoners Gypsying. R. Donaldson. 
1832 Address: London. 

61. Portrait. S. Ward, Jr. 
64. Juliet. G. Storm. 
215. Widow Wadman and Uncle Toby (Tristam Shandy). /. 

Kemble. 
186. Engraving by A. B. Durand of Sancho Panza and the 
Duchess, after Leslie. Exhibited by the Engraver. 
1834 Address: London. 

118. Engraving by M. I. Danforth, Uncle Toby and the Widow 
Wadman, after Leslie's Picture. Exhibited by the Engraver. 
1840 Address: London. 

288. Portrait of a Gendeman, R. Donaldson. 
1854 Address: London. 

131. Portrait of a Lady. N. G. Carncs. 

LESLIE, R. C. (active 1847) 

1847 Address: London. 

259. Falls of Niagara. The Artist. 
266. Falls of Niagara. The Artist. 
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LEUPP, Charles M. (died 1859) 

Honorary Member, Amateur, 1844-1859. Address: New York. 

LEUTZE, Emanuel (1816-1868) 

Honorary Member, Professional, 1 844-1 860; Member of the 
Academy, 1 860-1 868. 
1843 Address: Not given. 

100. The Return of Columbus in Chains to Cadiz. 
234. Sir Walter Raleigh, on the Morning of His Execution. A. 
M. Cozzens. 

1845 Address: Now in Europe. 

126. The Parting of Edwy and Elgiva. Peter McCall. 

1846 Address: Diisseldorf. 

82. Landing of the Northmen. ]ohn Towne* 
188. Cromwell and His Daughter. ]ohn Towne* 

1847 Address: Diisseldorf. 

178. The Court of Henry VIII. Sheldon Leavitt. 
1849 Address: Diisseldorf. 

207. Escape of the Puritans. Wryi. Apple ton. 
1852 Address: Diisseldorf. 

29. Gallantry of Raleigh.* 

1857 Address: Diisseldorf. 

50. The Rose of the Alhambra — Irving's Worlds. M. 0. Roberts. 
473. The Summons. 

1858 Address: Diisseldorf. 
425. Interior. C. Toppan. 

i860 Address: New York. 

261. Princess Elizabeth in the Tower. R. L. Stuart. 
573. Washington at Braddock's Defeat. For sale. 

LEWIS, (active 1849) 

1849 Address: London. 

55. "One good turn deserves another." For sale. 

56. " 'Tis opportunity makes the Thief." For sale. 

LEWIS, Edmund Darch (1835-1910) 
i860 Address: Philadelphia. 

148. Laurel Lake, Lenox, Mass. R. Goodman. 

LEWIS, M. (active 1843) 

1843 Address: 37 Division Street. 
36. Portrait of a Lady. 

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LIBBEY (LIBBY), Walter (active 1845-1851) 
1845 Address: Brooklyn. 

316. Portrait of a Girl. By Wm. [sic] Libbey. 

1847 Address: Brooklyn. 
68. Portrait of a Youth. 

161. Portrait of a Lady. 

1848 Address: 21 Johnson Street, Brooklyn. 
99. Teasing. For sale. 

\ 170. The Traveller. For sale. 

240. Devotion. For sale. 

1850 Address: 124 Prince Street, Brooklyn. 

300. After a Shower. 

1 85 1 Address: 104 Orange Street, Brooklyn. 
127. Landscape. 

130. The New Fife. For sale. 
385. Portrait of an Artist. 

LIBOLT, Mrs. S. H. (active 1 839-1 841) 

1839 Address: 131 Mercer Street. 
140. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

144. Min[iature] Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

31. Min[iature] of a Gentleman. 

1841 Address: 131 Mercer Street. 

301. Miniature of a Child. 

LINEN (LINNEN), George (i 802-1 888) 

1837 Address: 294 Broadway. 
3. Small Portrait. 

14. Small Portrait. 
170. Cabinet Portrait. 
194. Frame Six Cabinet Pictures. 

1838 Address: 294 Broadway. 

186. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. 

187. Cabinet Portraits, Two Young Ladies. 
192. Cabinet Portraits, Two Children. 

194. Cabinet Portrait of a Young Sportsman. 

195. Cabinet Portraits of Two Children. 
251. Cabinet Portraits. 

272. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. 

273. Cabinet Portraits, Young Gentleman and Lady. 
- 281. Cabinet Portrait. 

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LINEN (LINNEN), George {continued) 
1838 {continued) 

282. Cabinet Portrait. William Binns. 
322. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1842 Address: 177 Grand Street. 
207. Cabinet Portrait. 

Note: This work is catalogued as that of G. Linen and indexed 
as the work of J. Linen. 
258. Cabinet Portrait. 

1843 Address: 165 Canal Street. 

272. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. A. Gordon. 

287. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. A. Gordon. 

Note: This portrait is indexed as the work of G. Linen and 
catalogued as the work of J. Linen. As the latter name does 
note appear elsewhere in the catalogue for 1843, the "J" appears 
to be a typographical error. 

341. Cabinet Portraits. 

346. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1844 Address: 28 Dey Street. 
299. The Brothers. 

383. Portrait of a Gendeman. 

1845 Address: 68 White Street. 
203. Group of Children. 

362. Cabinet Portrait. 

363. Cabinet Portrait. 

1846 Address: 68 White Street. 

172. Group of Children. James Gregory. 

1 85 1 Address: 64 Jane Street. 

219. Portrait of a Gentleman. Walter C. Green. 

1852 Address: 64 Jane Street. 

288. Cabinet Portraits. 
291, Cabinet Portrait. 
297. Cabinet Portraits. 

334. Cabinet Portrait of the late Gen [era ]1 Gaines. 

LINEN (LINNEN), John (active 1837-1860) 

1837 Address: 183 Broadway. 
190. Portrait of a Gentleman. 

1840 Address: Not given. 

209. A Member of the Highland Society in the Tartans of His 
Native Clan. 

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LINEN, (LINNEN), John {continued) 

1842 Address: Not given. 
80. Portrait of a Lady. 

120. Portrait of a Lady. G. Mortimer. 

207. Cabinet Portrait. 

Note: This "Cabinet Portrait" is indexed as the work of 
J. Linen and catalogued as that of G. Linen. 
1844 Address: 165 Canal Street. 
235. Portrait of a Lady. 

1846 Address: Not given. 

208. Portrait of a Child, Clinch. 

1847 Address: 659 Greenwich Street. 

4. Portrait of a Gentleman. C. M. R. Paulison. 
40. Portrait of a Lady. Charles Tousley. 
164. Portrait of an Artist. 
204. Portrait of a Lady. C. M. Paulison. 
348. Children. Chas. Tousley. 

LIPPARINI, Ludovico (i 800-1 856) 

Painter. Honorary Member, Professional, 1 833-1844. Address: 
Venice. 

LITTELL, [Emlen T.]. See CONGDON & LITTELL. 

LIVINGSTON, Dr. Edward (active 1839-1843) 
1839 Address: Not given. 

202. A View of the Wilawimock's Kill. 
262. Washing Scene. Geo. Suckjey. 

1843 Address: Not given. 

255. View of Snake Point, Hudson River. 

LIVINGSTON, Montgomery (active 1838-1852) 

Associate Member of the Academy, 1 843-1 844; Honorary Mem- 
ber, Professional, 1 848-1 860. 
1838 Address: Clermont. 

92. View at Unterseen, Canton of Berne, Switzerland. Rob't. 
Livingston. 
162. View near Interlachen, Canton of Berne, in Switzerland. 

Rob't. Livingston. 
312. View from the Road to Lauterbrun, Canton of Berne, 
Switzerland, Evening. Rob't. Livingston. 
1 841 Address: Not given. 
90. Landscape. 
97. Landscape. 

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LIVINGSTON, Montgomery {continued) 

1842 Address: [New York] University. 

7. View in the Jung Frau, Switzerland. 

12. Landscape. 

45. Landscape. 

96. Landscape. 

1843 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County. 
3. Mountain Pass in Switzerland. 

55. Willowwemock Creek, Sullivan County. 

69. View of the Valley of Evesham, from James' Novel of 

Forest Days. 
146. Landscape, Meringdon, Switzerland. /. D. Blondell. 

1844 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County. 
5. Clove Road, Catskill. For sale. 

17. Sylvan Lake, Catskill. For sale. 
34. View of Cruger's Island. For sale. 
41. Ox-Bow Lake, Hamilton county. For sale. 
86. Clove Road, Catskill. For sale. 

401. Clump of Trees in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland. For 
sale. 

1845 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County, N. Y. 
65. Swiss Chapel. The Artist. 

■2^-2. Village of Unterseen, Switzerland. The Artist. 
301. View on the Catskill. The Artist. 
308. View from the Saleve, Switzerland. The Artist. 
350. Storm on the Hudson. The Artist. 

1846 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County. 

268. Diamond Island, Lake George. The Artist. 
276. View of the Village and Lake Brenitz, Switzerland. The 
Artist. 

1847 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County. 
131. Study of Rocks. The Artist. 

289. View in Dutchess Co. The Artist. 
319. View of a Saw Mill. The Artist. 

1848 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County, N. Y. 

80. Willie House, White M[oun]t[ain]s, New-Hampshire. For 
sale. 
202. View on the Hudson. For sale. 

1 85 1 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County. 
394. View in the White Mountains. 

402. View in the White Mountains. 

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LIVINGSTON, Montgomery {continued) 

1852 Address: Tivoli, Dutchess County, New York. 

85. Mount Desart [sic]. 
396. Mount Desert, Maine, 

LOCK WOOD, R. (active 1849) 
1849 Address: Not given. 

67. Portrait of a Gentleman. Marcus L. Ward. 
188. A View on the Passaic River, N. J. Marcus L. Ward. 

LONG, Robert Carey (died 1849) 

Honorary Member, Professional (deceased), 1850. 

1827 Address: Baltimore. 

103. Architectural Design. County Seat. 

1828 Address: Not given. 

135 & 136. Plan and Elevation of a Public Building. 

LONGACRE, James Barton (1794-1869) 
Artist of the Academy, 1827. 

LOOMIS, O. B. (active 1836-1858) 

1836 Address: New York University. 

215. Young Rip, from Knickerbocker's New- York. For sale. 

1843 Address: 4 Granite Buildings. 

78. Portrait of a Gendeman. /. Sheldon. 

86. Portrait of a Child. F. Robinson. 
98. Washing Day. For sale. 

103. Rural Sports in Connecticut 15 years since. For sale. 

115. Family Group. H. B. Loomis. 

135. Romeo and Juliet and Friar Laurence. For sale. 

1856 Address: 85 Grand Street. 

73. La Sierra Maestra Mountains: from La Socapa, St. Jago de 
Cuba. For sale. 
225. South Bay: near Whitehall, N. Y. 
263. Don Gabriel Dining. 

1857 Address: Corner of Broadway and Wall Street. 
134. City and Bay of St. Jago de Cuba. For sale. 
186. View of Finch's Mills, Croton Falls. 

1858 Address: 289-293 Broadway, 

38. The P. D. or (Private Drink). For sale. 

69. Mt. Washington, from the Hill back of the Glen House. 
443. A Lady. 

508. Infantile Cavalier. For sale. 
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LOOP, Henry Augustus (i 831-1895) 

Associate Member of the Academy, i860; Member, 1861-1895. 

1 85 1 Address: Not given, 

326. Portrait of a Lady. H. C. O'Connor. 

1852 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 

123. Portrait of a Lady. G. H. Loop. 

1853 Address: 74 Chambers Street. 
172. Hagar and Ishmael. For sale. 

265. Cabinet Portrait of a Lady. E. S. Loop. 

1854 Address: 442 Broadway. 
355. Magdalen. 

1855 Address: 362 Broadway. 

7. Portrait of a Lady, G. H. Loop. 

1856 Address: Corner Broome Street and Broadway. 
92. Cabinet Port[rait] of a Lady. /. Wilmarth. 

108. Cabinet Portrait of a Gentleman. /. Wilmarth. 
1859 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 

344. A Lady, Cabinet. 

434. A Lady, (Cabinet). H. Crittenden. 

789. Margaret of Branksome. For sale.* 
i860 Address: Appleton's, 346 Broadway. 

216. J. B. Bristol. National Academy. 

320. A Lady (Cabinet). 

505, A Lady. Mrs. P. Bonnett. 

632. A Lady. 

LOTICHIUS, Ernest (active 1858) 
1858 Address: 347 Broadway. 

183. A Pointer and Setter Pointing Quails. 

202. Catskill Mountains near Palenville. For sale. 

LOURIE, Alex. See LAWRIE, Alexander. 

LUDLOW, E. H. (active 1841) 
1 84 1 Address: Not given. 
72. Sea Piece. 

LUDLOW, Gabriel Augustus (active 1828-1838) 
1828 Address: Broadway. 

149. Sea Piece. 
1835 Address: Bond Street. 

15. Packet Ship Minerva, Captain Sketchly, in a Gale of Wind. 
Augustus Ludlow. By A. Ludlow. 
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LUDLOW, Gabriel Augustus {continued) 

1836 Address: Not given, 

17. Ship Ashore, Wreckers Boarding. By A. Ludlow. 

1837 Address: Not given. 

38. Wreck of the Bristol on Rockavi^ay Beach. E. Ludlow. 

1838 Address: Not given, 

211. Marine View. E. H. Ludlow. 

LUMLEY, Arthur (1837-1912) 
i860 Address: Not given. 

14. Series of Pencil Sketches. Thomas Cox. 

LUND, Theodore (active 1836-1837) 

1836 Address: 202 Broadway. 

29. Miniature Portrait of the Rev. Mr. Somers. 

32. Miniature of a Gentleman. 

33. Miniature of a Gendeman. 

Note: Listed and indexed in the 1836 Catalogue as H. Lund. 

1837 Address: 152 Broadway. 

162. Miniature of a Gentleman. 
Note: Listed and indexed in the 1837 Catalogue as F. Lund. 

LUPTON, Mrs. Frances (Lancaster) (active 1 827-1 831) 

Artist of the Academy, 1827; Associate Member of the Acad- 
emy, 1 828-1 832. 

1828 Address: Not given. 

75. Landscape. 

76. Landscape. 
118. Niagara Falls. 

176. Three Heads in Miniature. 

1829 Address: Not given. 

20. Una and the Lion, from Spencer's Fairy Queen. 
186. Bust of James Madison, late President of the United States. 
1 83 1 Address: Not given. 
79. Miniature Group. 



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